Successfully Parenting to Launch Your Child into the Digital World – March 14

by beth on March 8, 2016

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Above: School administrators are looking bringing in an expert to guide parents on “working in tandem with teachers” to help children make the best use of technology. (Image posted to Flickr by Barrett.Discovery)

The school district has invited parents to its next presentation in their Educational Speaker Series. This one focuses on parenting in the digital age.

Alan November “an international leader in education technology” will provide his insight and answer questions.

The free talk is next Monday night, March 14, from 7;00 – 8:00 pm. It takes place in the Algonquin auditorium:

Successful Parenting to Launch Your Child into the Digital World

In a world filled with cell phones, tablets and laptops, are you taking the necessary steps to learn how to guide your child through the learning opportunities and the ethics of these connected devices?

This session will outline the role parents can play, working in tandem with teachers, to help students understand the educational and ethical impact of their time online. You will learn how your children can dig deeper into topics and better organize their learning, how they can connect globally with experts and peers, as well as how to help kids understand the ethics behind working and playing online.

November has authored multiple books on using technology in education and to empower students, including “Who Owns the Learning?”.

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