My name is Elizabeth Milovidov and I am the Digital Parenting Coach. I am also a law Professor on children's rights and technology and I use my background to advise families how to best help their children enjoy online technology safely as seen on France 24:
The rise of risks associated with online technology (e.g. excessive screen time, exposure to inappropriate content, sexting, sextortion, children becoming targets for online grooming, cyber-bullying to name a few) has created the need to consider our parenting practices as they apply on our children's online lives.
This Saturday the 20th January, I am holding the Digital Families Day event at the American Church of Paris from 13:00-16:00.
The event is FREE for kids of all ages and their parents and I would deeply appreciate it if you would let parents at your school know about it. Parents will get the opportunity to:
✔ Find out about digital parenting and keeping kids safe online
✔ Meet with the Digital Parenting Coach and chat about any relevant issues from parental controls and screen balance to handling online risks and teaching children how to be a good digital citizens
✔ Get to know the best apps for education or entertainment and meet other digital parents
✔ Hear peer coaches from ISCOM share best practices for YouTube, Snapchat and other online platforms
✔ Explore tech toys and gadgets
Thank you very much for your consideration and I hope to meet you there!
The material and information provided during this workshop/event is for informational purposes only. The digital Parenting Coach workshops/events are based on my experience as an eSafety consultant and law professor in Children’s Rights in the Digital Environment. The content is gleaned from best practices in online child protection and digital parenting. Given that I am not a psychologist or developmental parenting expert, nothing in the workshop/event, my website and accompanying materials is intended to replace the advice of a psychologist, medical professional or parenting expert. You alone are responsible for your decisions in how you handle Internet safety issues for your child. Helpline / Hotline contact information and other resources have been provided to assist you.