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A Parent's Guide to Understanding Social Media: Helping Your Teenager Navigate Life Online #2020

A Parent s Guide to Understanding Social Media Helping Your Teenager Navigate Life Online With each passing day teenagers lives become increasingly intertwined with social media How can you as a parent stay informed and involved in healthy ways How can you help your son or daughter make w

  • Title: A Parent's Guide to Understanding Social Media: Helping Your Teenager Navigate Life Online
  • Author: Mark Oestreicher Adam McLane
  • ISBN: 9780764484636
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Parent's Guide to Understanding Social Media: Helping Your Teenager Navigate Life Online By Mark Oestreicher Adam McLane, With each passing day, teenagers lives become increasingly intertwined with social media How can you as a parent stay informed and involved in healthy ways How can you help your son or daughter make wise decisions and stay safe online A Parent s Guide to Understanding Social Media will equip you to have meaningful conversations with your teenager about the best, wisestWith each passing day, teenagers lives become increasingly intertwined with social media How can you as a parent stay informed and involved in healthy ways How can you help your son or daughter make wise decisions and stay safe online A Parent s Guide to Understanding Social Media will equip you to have meaningful conversations with your teenager about the best, wisest ways to get connected while staying safe Your guides for this journey are Mark Oestreicher and Adam McLane, who draw from their own wells of experience as parents and youth workers They ll help you chart a course toward discovering and practicing wise family online activity.

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    1. I am a parent of an 8yr old who very much wants to own an iPod touch so she can text me and play Words with Friends with her parents And take pictures and videos that she can send to grandma, grandpa, and friends My 5 yr old will be there soon enough, as well This book gives me hope rather than fear and practical guidance for the conversations to come with my children about online responsibility I appreciate that Adam and Marko refer to online gaming and cell phones as social media outlets, and [...]

    2. This is a must read for parents of 10 18 year olds Although I might not agree with every little bit of information found in this material, I am struck by how many parents out there, including myself, need the reminder to be engaged with the internet age and the impact on our kids If you are a parent this is a read that will help you process through practices that will be for your home, and at some places might convict you on places that you have lacked the influence you should have I highly reco [...]

    3. I was a bit disappointed I ve created a Facebook page on the same topic similar name, even facebook ParentsGuidetoSocial , so I was very eager to read this I found the book to be very vanilla short on specifics.

    4. This would be a good read for a parent who has given very little thought to social media or never heard of it It s very surface level, but it does have a few good suggestions I appreciate that their approach is to teach responsibility rather than figure out how to set up strict boundaries.

    5. I no longer have teens at home, but I teach them at school, so this is a helpful book for me I wish it had been written ten years ago.

    6. Quick read I found this book to be helpful I m sure I ll need its advice sooner than I d like with a tween in my home

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