Parenting in the Digital Age – 2019 edition

My colleague Daniel Johnston and I spoke to parents last week on the subject of Parenting in the Digital Age – a topic close to both of our hearts. We reminded those in attendance that we are personally invested in this topic and learning alongside them, as we are parents, as well as teachers.

For this presentation, we based a lot of our information on content available from the following sources:
Amy Blankson – an author and speaker, focusing on “Leveraging technology to help us be more productive, keep our sanity, and boost our happiness.”
Dave & Blake – presenters and speakers for My Life Online which aims to “teach kids to be
safe, smart & kind online.”


We encourage you to explore these sources, as they are full of great ideas to support students and parents.

Below is our presentation to parents. Please click on the cog below the presentation to access the speaker notes.

We also collated some resources on a Padlet, which you can see below, or access via tinyurl.com/gwas2019. We hope you find them useful!

Made with Padlet

1 thought on “Parenting in the Digital Age – 2019 edition

  1. Hi KL

    Interesting presentation and I tried to view the speaker notes but the cog is not working at the moment.

    Love Mum

    On Thu, 9 May 2019 at 6:52 PM, Tip of the Iceberg wrote:

    > klbeasley posted: ” My colleague Daniel Johnston and I spoke to parents > last week on the subject of Parenting in the Digital Age – a topic close to > both of our hearts. We reminded those in attendance that we are personally > invested in this topic and learning alongside t” >

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