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Digital Parenting Essentials During COVID-19
May 19, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Join Digital Parenting Consultant Elizabeth Milovidov for a webinar exploring how to work with your children to make sure they are safe online and to ensure that they are using screen time for both fun and productive activities. Find out what kind of parental controls are available across different platforms and how to use them effectively.
Some of the questions to be explored include:
* What is happening online during the COVID-19 pandemic and how to transition to the “new-normal”?
* What are the benefits for our children online?
* What are the risks to our children online?
* What can parents do to manage screen balance, reduce conflict and raise children to use technology responsibly and safely?
* Where can you find resources and support for your family during the pandemic and after?
The webinar will be available for 48 hours after the presentation. Parents can also purchase the Digital Parenting Essentials online course, use the code INSPIRELLEMAY31 before May 31. Additional “virtual solutions” are available online here.
Additional questions about the webinar or other materials can be directed to Elizabeth via the Digital Parenting Community.
Register for the webinar below on the Digital Parenting Coach web site.
About Elizabeth Milovidov
Elizabeth is a Digital Parenting Consultant, who provides support to governments, companies, schools, and parenting associations on digital parenting and children and internet. Currently, Elizabeth is a Board Trustee for the The Diana Award, an Advisor on European Cooperation and International Projects to e-Enfance, the French Child Online Protection Association and a Digital Parenting Contributor to France 24. She also consults for UNICEF, Child Online Protection and the Council of Europe as an independent expert on Digital Parenting and Children’s Rights and Internet; and is an eSafety content provider for The UK Safer Internet Centre; “Ask the Expert” member for Internet Matters; and guest blogger for the Family Online Safety Institute.
She also blogs for INSPIRELLE: https://inspirelle.com/author/elizabeth-milovidov/