Nationally-recognized, local author and speaker, and nonprofit founder, Jill Rigby Garner will be presenting Raising Respectful Children in a Disrespectful World and Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World, through the FLOW platform; a bold new approach to life empowerment featuring online conferences that bring global experts and practical solutions right to your computer screen.
The first of many, the upcoming Global Parenting & New Media Summit 2012, will address the challenges of parenting in the new media age in a series of conferences themed "Parenting: Media, Technology and the Brave New World". Along with Jill, several prominent international speakers will provide parents with practical knowledge and tools needed to navigate the drastically changed landscape created by social media, online games and web 2.0 in general. Protect your children from the new ABC's: Cyber Addiction, Bullying & Crime. Get a parenting upgrade and stay ahead of the curve.
The summit starts on November 30, 2012, on your computer. Log in live or catch up later at your convenience.
Registration provides anytime access to all sessions for one year.
For a $50 discount register at www.flowsummits.com/registration and use discount code: mannersoftheheart.
The summit features 12 experts delivering more than 20 sessions. Other notable presenters include: Dr. Larry Rosen, international expert on the psychology of technology, Bob Waliszewski, expert on parenting & media discernment, and Dr. Marilyn Campbell, expert on cyber-bullying.
Log on to http://www.flowsummits.com/ for additional information about all the experts who will be speaking and the specific topics they will cover like:
- Practicing respectful online behavior. Ignoring disrespectful messaging.
- Internet addiction. Gaming addiction.
- The face of cyber bullying and cyber-crime. Motives and consequences. What parents can do about it.
- Understanding and managing our obsession with technology.
- Raising media-savvy kids with love not war. Tech-savvy parenting.
- How the media is prematurely sexualizing our kids.