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Engaging and Teaching Parents About Technology
Thursday, December 17, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
Presented by Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, Founder, Digital Respons-Ability; and Karina Gathu, Trainer, Digital Respons-Ability
Moderated by Tay Gudmundson, Marketing Director, Digital Respons-Ability
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Parents can be collaborators or obstacles when the topic of technology comes up. With more remote learning than ever, schools need parents. Educators often talk to parents when mistakes or accidents happen, as a reactionary measure. However, schools can be more proactive about preventing those mistakes by reaching out and understanding parents’ situations and worries. This edWebinar will draw from on-the-ground work with hundreds of parents, sharing survey results with their biggest concerns.
Educators will also learn:
- The five most important things parents should know about digital citizenship
- How, when, why and who with, to host a digital parenting event
- How to be proactive with parents, not reactive
This edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.
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About the Presenters
Carrie Rogers-Whitehead is the founder of Digital Respons-Ability, a mission-based company that teaches digital citizenship to thousands of parents, students, and educators across the world. She regularly presents on technology, online safety, education, and parenting. Carrie is the author of several academic books on technology and human behavior including: Digital Citizenship: Teaching Strategies and Practice From the Field (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019), Becoming a Digital Parent: A Practical Guide to Help Families Navigate Technology (Routledge, 2020), and the forthcoming The 3Ms of Fearless Digital Parenting (Skyhorse Publishing, 2021). Carrie is also a mother who applies what she teaches with her own family at home in Utah.
Karina Gathu is a trainer with Digital Respons-Ability and a substitute teacher in Utah. In her previous role at Western Governor’s University, she would train new employees and create training plans. Karina also worked as a media coordinator at BYU Broadcasting as a project manager calling and coordinating the external media. She has a master’s in communications. Karina teaches parents and students with Digital Respons-Ability as well as her young son at home.
About the Moderator
Tay Gudmundson is the marketing director for Digital Respons-Ability and the mother of four children. She has served for years in her community as an advocate for children. In her previous roles, she’s done digital marketing and advocacy work for nonprofits. Tay works on digital parenting with Digital Respons-Ability—and at home.
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Digital Respons-Ability is a research-based provider of digital citizenship education. We have taught tens of thousands of students and parents in deep-dive, holistic digital citizenship classes. Digital Respons-Ability contracts with local, state and federal organizations to provide digital citizenship curriculum and training to parents, students and educators.