This workshop is provided by Partners in Parenting.
Technology, Screen Time & Your Child
As a society, we have never before experienced a revolution as swift and all encompassing as the Technology Revolution. The result is we are growing up children in a time when their brains and worlds are being changed and shaped by forces we could not have imagined even 10 years ago. Facebook didn't exist a decade ago. Twitter and Instagram are a foreign language to many adults. And actual play in the real world is often replaced by screen time, with the average Canadian child being exposed to approximately 7.5 hours of "entertainment technology" per day. The challenge is that this has happened so quickly, we have not culturally had an opportunity to adjust our practices and build in safeguards and check-points to ensure that this revolution does not harm the influential brains and minds of our growing children.
Alka Burman is a Registered Early Childhood Educator, with a Specialized Degree in Exceptionalities in Human Learning (University of Toronto). As a Literacy and Diversity specialist, she works with families and agencies to enrich children's lives in academia.
***Light Refreshments will be served***
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Registration Information: Please enter each additional adult in your party as a guest. Children do not need to be added to the guest count if they are sitting with parents and bringing a snack.
This workshop is free of charge for all attendees. A very special thank you to our partners at BrightPath for providing this opportunity to families. To learn more about their programs please visit www.brightpathkids.com
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