CHERRYBROOK TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL PROUDLY PRESENTS:
Cherrybrook Technology High School proudly presents a webinar with Dr Kristy Goodwin.
This webinar will help confused and concerned parents and navigate the digital world with their ‘screenagers’, without suggesting that they ‘digitally amputate’ them. Dr Kristy will arm parents with research-based yet realistic advice to help parents feel confident about how they can best support their adolescent’s physical health, mental wellbeing and learning online.
Kristy will explore:
// Why young people are susceptible to POTENTIAL PITFALLS ONLINE given their BRAIN DEVELOPMENT;
// Why the online world is APPEALING to adolescents (there's science to explain your teen's digital infatuation);
// A simple (& realistic) formula to determine healthy SCREEN TIME limits for teens of various ages (based on their BASIC NEEDS);
// Why parents need to be the PILOT of the DIGITAL PLANE and set 5 BOUNDARIES to ensure their teen's time online supports their PHYSICAL HEALTH and MENTAL WELLBEING;
// How to support their teen's 'digital DNA' especially when using social media;
// Why DIGITAL DISCONNECTION is critical for your teen's PHYSICAL HEALTH and MENTAL WELLBEING.
All attendees will receive an eBook summary with key information, links and resources, plus a digital wellbeing checklist and a PDF guide to support online learning. Register and if you can’t attend live, we’ll send you a link to access the replay.
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ABOUT DR KRISTY
Dr Kristy Goodwin is one of Australia’s leading digital wellbeing and productivity experts (and mum who also deals with her kids’ techno-tantrums!) She’s the author of Raising Your Child in a Digital World, a speaker, media commentator and digital wellbeing & distraction researcher and former teacher who taught at Abbotsleigh, Mosman Prep and a range of public schools. Kristy provides evidence-based information and realistic solutions about how technology is impacting children’s and teens’ physical and mental health and shaping their learning. She worked as an educator for fourteen years before becoming an academic and speaker. She has worked with corporate clients including NSW Department of Education, Apple, Macquarie Bank, Foxtel, the National Broadband Network and Optus, and has spoken at national and international conferences, at schools, workplaces and medical conferences.