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Children, Teenagers and Technology: The Good, the Bad And...

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Wed 3 Sep 2014, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Buller REAP, 111 Palmerston Street, Westport

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: dean-sutherland

Children, Teenagers and Technology: The good, the bad – and what you can do about it!

Help! I think my child is addicted to technology!
My teenager spends hours on Youtube™!
How much technology is “too much”?
How can I talk with my child about technology?
Should I put limits on my children using technology – why and how?

This interactive seminar is for parents, families/whānau and everyone who spends time with children – and who have questions about the impact of technology on children and teenagers.

Come along for 90 minutes of information and conversation about how to support children around technology.

Presented by Dean Sutherland, PhD - Dean specializes in Child Development, Communication and Education and has 3 children with varying levels of technology addiction. He is currently a Research Associate with the University of Canterbury and director of a new business REAL Parents.

For further information please contact Dean on dean.sutherland@canterbury.ac.nz

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