Parenting Social Media Kids: Balance & Safety
Sponsored by Life360.
Raising kids in today's texting, Instagramming, always-on environment provides new challenges for parents. This session explores the psychological advantages and pitfalls of digital immersion, explains the legal aspects of social and digital media (including the revised COPPA laws), and outlines strategies and tips to help parents both get the most out of, and set age-appropriate limits on, mobile and social technologies.
Our three panelists include a behavior analyst turned blogger, Megan Broutian; a technologist and thought-leader on all things tween, Gayarti Bhalla; and Frederick Lane, an attorney and expert in cybersafety.
Frederick Lane is a nationally-recognized expert on privacy and the impact of emerging technologies on society. He is an author, attorney, educational consultant, expert witness, and lecturer who has appeared as guest on a variety of national media programs, including: Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”; ABC’s “Nightline” and “Good Morning America Weekend”; CBS’s “60 Minutes” and “Sunday Morning with... Read More →
Gayarti Bhalla (Ms. Twixt) is all about positive experiences for tween girls (ages 7-12). By day, Ms. Twixt runs a technology company and is mother to three tween-age girls and a boy. She writes under the pen name Ms. Twixt in an attempt to reduce the drama she causes for her tween daughters. Ms. Twixt is a blogger and online columnist. She earned her MBA from Yale and for years advised Fortune 500 brands on social media and digital strategy. She previously owned a storefront in... Read More →
Megan Broutian is a behavior analyst turned blogger. She writes about parenting using the principles of behavioral psychology at Behavioral Child and about life in general, and hers in particular, at Megan Blogs. She monitors very closely her 10 year-old daughter’s blogging journey at XOXO Emily.
twitter: @meganbroutian | website: http://www.meganblogs.com | website: htpp://www.behavioralchild.com
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