Navigating the digital world can be a minefield for adults, never mind kids. Learn how to give your children the skills to stay safe in cyberspace at this essential talk by education and technology professionals.
Topics will include:
- When to allow children to start going online
- Tips and tricks, benefits and possible pitfalls
- What children are doing online
- What schools are doing to support good digital citizenship practices
- Practical parenting advice and tips
- The latest trends, tools and a suggested software solution available to assist parents in ensuring their kids remain safe online
Jay Thompson, Head of Educational Technologies, GEMS World Academy (Singapore)
Mark Petterson, Senior Years Counsellor and Experiential Learning Coordinator, GEMS World Academy (Singapore)
David Freer, an industry expert who has led both Symantec’s and McAfee’s consumer businesses in Asia Pacific.
Raising Responsible Digital Citizens
Wednesday, May 23
The American Club, 3rd Floor
10 Claymore Hill
Free for AAS members, GEMS World Academy community & The American Club members ($10 no-show fee applies)
Cancellations must be received two days in advance of the event.
$30 for Non-members
Includes a glass of wine and snacks
Questions? Please contact the AAS office at 6738 0371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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