[MELBOURNE] Raising Children in a Digital Age

Twitter, Facebook, Tik Tok, blogging, email, the internet and beyond. Whether you are a church leader, children’s ministry practitioner, or someone trying to resource your church in this area, you may feel the responsibility for helping keep children safe online but also want to know how they and you can use it to its full advantage. Technology changes, but it is now a part of our everyday lives. This evening will help enable parents, teachers…

#DigitalParenting: Watching @GeekDadGamer Try and Talk Sense with @PiersMorgan

Recently I highlighted a new crowdfunding project. Andy Robertson is my 'go to' person for balanced, knowledgeable insights into gaming (and children). He did the rounds of a couple of TV shows yesterday (after the news about problems with Fortnite) - and here's the recording from one of them: This was also covered by The Metro, and I like this tweet: I'm getting an aneurysm just listening to this. My parents took my games away…

[MEDIA] “Schools and parents must work together to protect children online, says Christian social media expert” with @PremierRadio

I had a quick chat with Premier on the News Hour yesterday, regarding this story - which has an interesting set of headlines on: MSN; BBC; Guardian; Telegraph My thoughts pre-interview were: Agree need supportive digital environment, but needs govt, schools, parents, youthgroups, social media companies, etc. to all get involved, and definitely not just rely on schools Why I wrote RCIDA "hoping bad things wouldn't happen" - need to be informed, get involved, and the…
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