Parents who would like to learn more about how to change the digital culture in their homes are invited to a free Youth Education and Safety in Schools workshop. The Changing the Digital Culture in …
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Parents who would like to learn more about how to change the digital culture in their homes are invited to a free Youth Education and Safety in Schools workshop.
The Changing the Digital Culture in Our Homes workshop is Oct. 16 at 9800 Schwab Way, Lone Tree. A resource fair runs from 6 to 6:30 p.m. And the academy program runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Topics covered include:
• creating a positive social media brand
• developing balance and moderation with device usage
• implementing emotional intelligence to the over-exposed and exploited
• understanding the short- and long-term digital and social media consequences
• providing tools and resources for parents
A printed ticket is not needed to attend; however, RSVPs are required.
To RSVP, go to https://tinyurl.com/YESSParentOct2018. Questions can be directed to Y.E.S.S. Program Coordinator Phyllis Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org or Y.E.S.S. Instructor Jay Martin at email@example.com.
Parents are asked to watch the following video with their student: https://tinyurl.com/YESSVIDEO.
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