Tuesday, June 4, 2019
6:00 PM EDT - 8:30 PM EDT
Bank Street College of Education
Children’s Dining Room
610 West 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
Your Child’s Digital Footprint: Internet Safety, Child Development and More
Kids’ access to the Internet, social media, and the various types of devices continues to be a hot topic for parent learning and discussion through every stage of child development. For some of us, summer can bring up a different set of related circumstances than the school year does, so the Parents’ Association wanted to close out this year by providing an evening opportunity for parents to learn and discuss with an expert.
Rosanne (Rosie) Bogard, LMSW, will run the session, which will cover such topics as: social media and leaving your mark; the rise in anxiety and depression in American teens; cyberbullying; how to decide at what age to give your child a smartphone or access to social media, and more.
There will be a Q&A session following the presentation. Rosie has extensive experience as a high school social worker at a large high school in the NY Metro area as well as a Girls Head Counselor at a summer overnight camp in the Catskills.
Parents of kids of all ages (and of all inclinations on these topics) are encouraged to join us. Please RSVP so that we know how many parents to expect and what children’s age groups the audience will represent.
Childcare (also sponsored by the PA) is offered at no charge for SFC students ages 4/5s and up. Email Joanna Sly at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, May 30 to sign-up.
Click here to register