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[SPEAKER] Mission in a Virtual World for @salvationarmyuk

This morning’s session is with those training within The Salvation Army, at the London offices:

Mission in a Virtual World, for The Salvation Army from Bex Lewis
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[SPEAKER] Children, Church and the Digital Age Conference (4th June 2015)

Raising Children in a Digital Age – Day Event
4th June 2015 @ City of Edinburgh Methodist Church
Time: 10am-3.30pm
Cost: £12.50 includes lunch and refreshments (and free access to evening programme 7-9pm)
Evening programme only is £5 (book on separate link)
Speaker: Dr Bex Lewis

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.

In this day course, developed from Raising Children in a Digital Age (Lion Hudson, 2014), internet scare stories and distorted statistics are put into context, clear and sensible guidelines are offered. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss your hopes, fears and experiences with others in a similar situation, and study examples of how others have used social media successfully with children and young people.

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#MediaLit14 #DigiRev with @drbexl for @codecuk

This morning’s second session for #MediaLit14, particularly thinking about how the digital age has changed practice for those in ‘ministry’, but also as individuals:

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Media: The Impact on Children & Young People (@OasisCollege)

Here’s the material from my session today with youth work/family work Level 6 students. 1.5 hours:

Young People & Media: Oasis College from Bex Lewis

Feedback from their tutor, Dr Alex Owen:

I just wanted to send you a quick email to thank you very much for your input on the Contemporary Issues Level 6 Module.  The students found your teaching really helpful and interesting.  You supplied them with lots to think about in terms of the implications of Social Media for their practice with children and young people.