Join McGill Educational and Counselling Psychology experts for a series of interactive virtual masterclasses, with practical advice for parents trying to navigate the challenges of raising kids in the digital age.
Modern-day parenting is tough enough but now that families are so dependent on screens for learning, socializing, and entertainment, it’s hard to separate good habits from bad. In this three-part series, parents will learn best practices in order to set realistic screen-time boundaries for their kids.
Register once and receive access to the entire online series:
Students & Screens: The Impact of Digital Learning
Featuring: Dr. Adam Dubé
Wednesday, October 21, 7:00- 8:15 PM
Social Media, Cyberbullying, and Surfing
Featuring: Dr. Victoria Talwar
Wednesday, October 28, 7:00-8:15 PM
Youth Gaming: How Much is too Much?
Featuring: Dr. Jeffrey Derevensky
Wednesday, November 4, 7:00-8:15 PM
Are there any good learning apps I should download? Is my child too young for social media? What do I do if my kid is being bullied online? How can I tell if my teen is addicted to video games? These questions and many others will be addressed in this enlightening series. Each session will begin with a 45-minute talk followed by a structured Q & A where the evening’s expert will answer all your questions.
(Participants will be sent a Zoom link one day prior to each masterclass. Please check your inbox and spam folder.)
Many thanks to our media sponsor, Montreal Families Magazine.