Kim Storey offers workshops and presentations on bullying and violence prevention, science education for young children, educational media design, educational impact of children's media, and media violence effects on children.
Eyes on Bullying Presentations
Bullying prevention and intervention education
Preventing and stopping bullying in children's lives
Kim Storey offers bullying prevention workshops, presentations, trainings, and keynotes for parents, school personnel, administrators, directors, counselors, pediatricians, and staff at childcare, youth, community, recreation, camp, and healthcare organizations. Presentations can include a special focus on students with disabilities and young children in childcare settings. She is also available for workplace presentations.
Eyes on Bullying WORKSHOPS for Teachers, Parents, & Caregivers Download Flyer
Eyes on Bullying Past Presentations
- Families Helping Families, Monroe, LA
- University of Connecticut
- Indy Parks and Recreation
- Boston Public Schools
- Cambridge Public Schools
- Catholic Charities Child Care
- Preschool Enrichment Team
- Wellesley Mothers Forum
- Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston
- Brookline Public Schools Extended Day Programs
- The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment and Miami-Dade County Public Schools
- Temple Shalom, Newton, MA
- The Newton Partnership
- The Newton Public Schools
- Hayden-McFadden Elementary School, New Bedford, MA
- Boston Association for the Education of Young Children
- International Bullying Prevention Association
- M. Burrell Elementary School, Foxboro, MA
- Meadowbrook Day Camp, Weston, MA
- Crane Lake Camp, West Stockbridge, MA
- Camp Eisner, Great Barrington, MA
- Wrentham Public Schools
- Harvard Medical Center
- Education Development Center, Inc.
- Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Inc.
- EDCO Collaborative of Greater Boston
- Stop Bullying Now, Virginia!
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!™ Presentations
Science education for young children
Kim Storey offers workshops and keynotes that help parents and teachers get young kids excited and involved in science exploration. Presentations feature video and website material from THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!™
Exploring science with young children Download Flyer
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!™ Past Presentations
Learning with The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!™ WEBINAR
National Center for Media Engagement, February 16, 2011
Watch an archived recording of the webinar (using Adobe Connect)
Learning with The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!™ KEYNOTE SPEAKER
PBS Asset Educator Institute, Breakfast Special Event, Phoenix, AZ, October 2, 2010
Selected presentations to conferences and online forums
BOSTON vs BULLIES: Using the Power of Sports for Bullying Prevention, Invited Presentation, Bullying in Diverse School Settings: Data Driven Approaches to Prevention and Intervention, Boston University School of Education, Boston, MA
Early Childhood Roots of Bullying: Leadership Roundtable, Invited participant, Child Trends, Bethesda, MD
Symposium on Youth Meanness and Cruelty, Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Symposium Participant for launch of Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation (BTWF)
4th Milestones of a Global Campaign for Violence Prevention Meeting: Boosting Global Violence Prevention, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Youth Violence Prevention: Research-Guided Programs on a National Scale: The Eyes on Bullying Program, International Society for Research on Aggression World Meeting, Budapest, Hungary
Eyes on Bullying National Teleseminars: Spotlight on Young Children, The Growing Problem of Cyberbullying, and Stop Bullying in Camp & Youth Programs, Education Development Center, Inc., Waltham, MA
Media Violence: Effects and Prevention Strategies, 26th Annual Troubled Youth Conference, Snowbird, Utah
Selected comments on Kim Storey’s presentations
"My mother’s group recently hosted Dr. Ron Slaby and Dr. Kim Storey to talk to us about bullying. I left the lecture feeling empowered rather than frustrated (as I tend to be after reading about bullying online) because they gave us specific things we can do with our children to help them deal with bullying. . ."
"It was such a pleasure to have you with us at the Stop Bullying Now, Virginia networking conference. Thank you for your presentations which were very well-received! People including me love your website. It is a great blessing to schools to be able to access high quality materials that follow the research base on bullying. Thank you for your work that is an outstanding contribution to practitioners! I look forward to continuing to work with you."
"The feedback we received indicated you were the star of the show. Personally, I thought your presentation was phenomenal and I enjoyed meeting you very much."
"Kim Storey was an excellent presenter, professional, approachable, a parent and educator, so well rounded. Great workshop! Bring in more like her."