Kids, Teens & Screens
Padua College is delighted to offer a webinar with Dr Kristy Goodwin.
This virtual masterclass will help confused and concerned parents navigate the digital world with their children and adolescents, without suggesting that they ban devices. Dr Kristy will arm parents with research-based yet realistic advice to help them feel confident about how they can best support their child’s physical health, mental wellbeing and learning as they grow up in a digital world.
Kristy will explore:
// Why young people are susceptible to POTENTIAL PITFALLS ONLINE given what we know about BRAIN DEVELOPMENT;
// Why young people find the online world APPEALING & why they find it hard to SWITCH OFF (there’s science to explain their ‘techno-tantrums’);
// A simple (& realistic) formula to determine healthy SCREEN TIME limits for children and adolescents (based on their BASIC NEEDS);
// Why parents need to be the PILOT of the DIGITAL PLANE and set 5 BOUNDARIES to ensure that young people's time online supports their PHYSICAL HEALTH and MENTAL WELLBEING;
// How to support their child’s 'DIGITAL DNA' and safety when online & be aware of current CYBER-SAFETY RISKS;
// When to introduce and how to best manage GAMING, SOCIAL MEDIA & SMARTPHONES;
// Why DIGITAL DISCONNECTION is critical for children and teens’ 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. After you’ve registered we’ll also send you a link to pre-submit your ‘digital dilemmas’ (questions) so Kristy can tailor the keynote and workshops to your specific needs.
SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS BELOW TO ENSURE KRISTY CAN TAILOR THE WEBINAR TO YOUR SPECIFIC ISSUES & CONCERNS.
Submit any questions you may have before registering below
ABOUT DR KRISTY
Dr Kristy Goodwin is an award-winning researcher, speaker, author, and mum on a mission to help parents and educators raise happy, healthy children and teens who thrive online and offline. As a researcher and educator herself, she’s spent most of her professional career researching and speaking about the ways
in which technology shapes children’s and teens’ wellbeing, health, and learning.
She provides research-based but realistic advice and strategies to teachers and parents on how they can teach their children to use technology in productive and purposeful ways without reverting to phone bans or constant digital detoxes.
Dr Kristy, author of Dear Digital, We need to talk shares realistic, research-based microhabits that people can apply to tame their digital habits and thrive in the digital world. Dr Kristy also authored the book Raising Your Child in a Digital World and has conducted numerous evaluations and research studies for the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities.
Prior to becoming a speaker and consultant, she worked as an educator for 14 years with schools in both the public and private sectors. She also lectured at Macquarie University and University of Notre Dame and have completed a PhD on the impact of digital technologies.