Navigating Media and Screen Time

This course offers a safe space to critically examine the role screen time plays in your family.

Relationships, Marriage & Family
Duration
5 weeks
Weekly Study
2-4 HOURS
Dates
Oct 19-Nov 22
Register By
October 19, 2020
Fee: $50

Do you want more tools to help your child navigate society’s intense media environment? In today’s world socializing, personal expression, and dating often occur between texts and social media, raising new challenges and opportunities for children and teens. This course offers a safe space to critically examine the role screen time plays in their family. It will help participants learn how to address the common media-related issues facing their children and guide them to apply Bahá’í principles to their time online.

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Who is the course for?
Who is the course for?

This course is aimed at parents, caretakers, and educators of children up to 15 years old.

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teacher
Chelsea Lee Smith, BA
Parent Educator and Author

I am passionate about promoting personal growth for both children and parents, and empowering parents with tools to walk a spiritual path with practical feet. In 2011 I co-created Enable Me To Grow, a website dedicated to sharing resources for Bahá’í families, and soon after recorded an album of prayers and... See Faculty Bio

teacher
Justine Finn, EdM
Founder and Director, Relation-Shift Project

Justine founded Relation-Shift at the Harvard Innovation Lab in order to end sexual violence, promote healthier relationships and create safer schools. Justine has worked for the past 14 years to advance the equality of women and men, facilitating classes, workshops and seminars across the country on gender, media representation and... See Faculty Bio

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