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Summer Programs 2020 | Online Adult Programs | Parents Guide to Social Media

Class Description:

Social Media, love it or hate, has become an essential communication tool. Most teens use some form of social media and have a profile on a social networking site. Many visit these sites every day. There are plenty of good things about social media — but also many risks and things kids and teens should avoid. They don't always make good choices when they post something to a site, and this can lead to problems. Setting a good example through your own virtual behavior can go a long way toward helping your kids use social media safely.

Only half the parents of kids aged 5 to 15 use some type of parental controls. One in three children are cyberbullied. Fifty-seven percent of all teens agree that using social media often distracts them when they should be doing homework. As much as parents think they are aware and on top of things, most parents are at least a half cyber step behind their children. But we can help.

In this live and interactive class, parents will learn:

  • Overview of the latest social media platforms
  • How to set up accounts and parental controls
  • Tips to ensure your kids are safe

About the Facilitator:

This exclusive webinar is presented by Margo Bock, Social Media Expert and School of Marketing Instructor at Seneca College. 

Session Details:

Session includes two 90-minute sessions online via Zoom with a maximum of 30 participants.


Schedule:

 On Tuesday, August 25, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

 On Thursday, August 27, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

 Online


Start date:

8/25/2020

Tags:

Parenting Technical Skills Adult Online Learning

Available:

Available 


Session

$80.00

Class Description:

Social Media, love it or hate, has become an essential communication tool. Most teens use some form of social media and have a profile on a social networking site. Many visit these sites every day. There are plenty of good things about social media — but also many risks and things kids and teens should avoid. They don't always make good choices when they post something to a site, and this can lead to problems. Setting a good example through your own virtual behavior can go a long way toward helping your kids use social media safely.

Only half the parents of kids aged 5 to 15 use some type of parental controls. One in three children are cyberbullied. Fifty-seven percent of all teens agree that using social media often distracts them when they should be doing homework. As much as parents think they are aware and on top of things, most parents are at least a half cyber step behind their children. But we can help.

In this live and interactive class, parents will learn:

  • Overview of the latest social media platforms
  • How to set up accounts and parental controls
  • Tips to ensure your kids are safe

About the Facilitator:

This exclusive webinar is presented by Margo Bock, Social Media Expert and School of Marketing Instructor at Seneca College. 

Session Details:

Session includes two 90-minute sessions online via Zoom with a maximum of 30 participants.


Schedule:

 On Tuesday, September 8, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

 On Thursday, September 10, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

 Online


Start date:

9/8/2020

Tags:

Parenting Technical Skills Adult Online Learning

Available:

Available 


Session

$80.00

Class Description:

Social Media, love it or hate, has become an essential communication tool. Most teens use some form of social media and have a profile on a social networking site. Many visit these sites every day. There are plenty of good things about social media — but also many risks and things kids and teens should avoid. They don't always make good choices when they post something to a site, and this can lead to problems. Setting a good example through your own virtual behavior can go a long way toward helping your kids use social media safely.

Only half the parents of kids aged 5 to 15 use some type of parental controls. One in three children are cyberbullied. Fifty-seven percent of all teens agree that using social media often distracts them when they should be doing homework. As much as parents think they are aware and on top of things, most parents are at least a half cyber step behind their children. But we can help.

In this live and interactive class, parents will learn:

  • Overview of the latest social media platforms
  • How to set up accounts and parental controls
  • Tips to ensure your kids are safe

About the Facilitator:

This exclusive webinar is presented by Margo Bock, Social Media Expert and School of Marketing Instructor at Seneca College. 

Session Details:

Session includes two 90-minute sessions online via Zoom with a maximum of 30 participants.


Schedule:

 On Tuesday, September 22, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

 On Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

 Online


Start date:

9/22/2020

Tags:

Parenting Technical Skills Adult Online Learning

Available:

Available 


Session

$80.00

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