Thursday, March 17, 2016

Common Sense Media at Do Space Discusses Cyberbullying

I'm super excited about our new technological library in Omaha called Do Space!

My class is touring there next week to check out all they have to offer.

This Saturday Keegan Korf will be presenting on behalf of Common Sense Media at Do Space. 

The Topic:

Parenting in the Digital Age Series
  • This week's topic is Cyberbulling
  • Next Saturday's topic will be Screentime

In partnership with Omaha Public School' "Common Sense Media" program, Do Space will host four facilitated discussions about the challenges of parenting in a technology-rich world and strategies for addressing those challenges. 

Keegan Korf, Omaha Public Schools Regional Manager for Common Sense Media, will lead a discussion about cyberbullying:
  • What it look like
  • Why it happens
  • What kids and parents can do to prevent cyberbullying
You're Invited:

Parents are invited to bring their school-age children for a concurrent session for kids using Omaha Public Schools' "Digital Passport" games to teach digital safety and citizenship. 
  • Dates: Saturday, March 19, 2016 and Saturday March 26, 2016
  • Time: 1-2:30 PM
  • Location: Do Space in Omaha, Nebraska, Meeting Room 2 

Free - Please register here.
I'm super excited for this. My boys got Kindles for Christmas. Let's just say that Mica thinks he can play on it whenever he wants. He actually gets angry when I tell him, "Not tonight." 

Disclaimer: I'm posting this on my behalf. I received nothing for this post.


Theresa Mahoney said...

This looks like an amazing library. I admit, I haven't been to ours in over a month. The programs they offer haven't been very appealing as of late :(

Ai Sakura said...

It's awesome to have a library like this and the courses are very relevant and interesting. Do post what you've learnt after you've attended either the cyber-bullying or screentime course!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

mail4rosey said...

Congrats to the library (and those who get to utilize it!). We do go to our library all of the time here. :)

~ Noelle said...

We need something like that here.
Broxton only gets his ipad on the weekend.


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