Parenting in the Digital Age – Wed, Apr 2, 2014 – WATCH NOW
Learn about the websites your kids visit, installing parental controls on devices, how social media and gaming affect your child’s development, cyber-bullying, and more. Event was held Wed, Apr 2, 2014, 6:30-8, Clinton Board of Ed room next to Joel. Download Flyer
Video services provided by Al Walker
PDF versions of speaker PowerPoint presentations:
Navigating Parenting Approaches in the Digital Age – Marie Pinette, LMFT, Clinton Youth & Family Services
Bullying and Cyber-Bullying-School Perspectives – Steven Mendelssohn M.A.; C.A.S., School Psychologist Eliot and Pierson Schools
AJ Singh Rai, Morgan Senior:
What sites are my kids on and what do they do? How can these sites be misused?
Stephen King, Information Security Officer, People’s Bank:
How to install parental controls on devices like phones, laptops, tablets, etc.
Marie Pinette, LMFT, Clinton Youth and Family:
How can excessive social media and gaming affect your child’s development? When does it become unhealthy? What are some recommended age appropriate limits?
Steven Mendelssohn, Clinton School Psychologist:
School perspectives on cyber-bullying and use of social media
Detective Bryan Pellegrini, Clinton PD: (detective Pellegrini was unable to attend)
Incidence of crime in Clinton involving youth and social media
This event is co-sponsored by:
- Clinton Public Schools
- Clinton Youth and Family Services
- Pathways Center for Learning and Behavioral Health
- Clinton Police Department
- Valley Shore Collaborative
- Clinton PTA
- Partners in Community (PiC)