The RCMP is embarking on an innovative way of interacting with Canada's youth by hosting national conversations from their very own classrooms.
"RCMPTalks" is a series of 90-minute live, interactive videoconferences that offers advice and guidance on important issues, such as Bullying and Impaired and Distracted Driving. Each conversation allows students from up to six different Canadian schools to participate via videoconference and social media, where they can pose questions to designated guests.
The delivery of each videoconference includes a secured virtual classroom with learning activities and resources for teachers to deliver to their students over a period of 1 to 2 weeks leading up to the national event. During this phase, a team of online mentors will provide students with timely feedback on their virtual classroom postings.
If your school is interested in participating in an RCMPTalks session, please have a representative from your local police agency (i.e. School Resource Officer, School Liaison Officer) contact us.
RCMPTalks Presenters: (top) Travis Price and Nico Archambeault, (bottom left to right) Alisha Virmani, Brad Gorski, Ryan Laird