If you are new here, then welcome. I'm so glad you're here and I'm so happy to tell you that reading this list will let you know without a shadow of a doubt whether or not this is the space for you.
I teach parents and educators how to keep up with their kids' online use.
And at first blush you might be thinking, "I'm in!"
I need you to know two things first.
First, what I teach here is different than anything else you're going to find out there.
It is all based on my personal, unique position of having a masters degree in conversations that teach + a decade of classroom teaching experience and working online and in social media for 8+ years and having been shamed online and seeing firsthand what it takes to come out on the other side.
And second, everything that I teach comes back to this center:
We have to move from taking care of ourselves and our own children to taking care of each other and each other's children.
This topic is too important.
This topic is too important to me to let you start digging in here, and further down the line realize that we're mismatched, and have you dismiss the need to teach your kids about the online world because of that.
So I'm laying it all out here.
So I'm laying it all out here so that you can decide if you want to learn about this topic from me.
I am a good fit for those of you who:
- Want to keep up with your kids' online use (even as they start to know more about the online world than you do)
- And for those of you who know in your heart-of-hearts that you can, should, and WANT to raise a leader, a change-maker, a kindness warrior
- *At the same time
Is that you?
If so, then keep reading.