Date: Thursday, April 12 at 8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Place: Academia Cotopaxi Auditorium and Classrooms Target Group: All Parents Sponsored by: Academia Cotopaxi
From 8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m
"What are the skills and attitudes universities are looking for?" and "How can I support the acquisition of these skills from Kindergarten to Graduation?" At the end of this session, we will conclude with a brief survey to gain insights about the Parent Workshops Topics offered in 2017-2018.
Location: Academia Cotopaxi Auditorium Parents: All Translation: YES
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Breakout Sessions : From 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Letting Go 12th Grade Parent Presentation
What are the skills and attitudes universities are looking for?
Growing Up in the 21st Century (balance, digital citizenship)
Presented by: Yolanda and Maria Elena Target Group: Elementary Parents Location: Library Confirmed
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr.. The list can go on and on. How young is too young? How do we help our children learn about these rapid, direct communication channels, in a way that is developmentally appropriate? We’ll talk about how you can help your child navigate the social media landscape.
Parenting in the 21st Century - Indelible Internet
Target Group: MS Parents Presented by: David Location: A3
Most of what we do on the internet will remain available indefinitely. How do we ensure our children avoid posting things now they’ll be embarrassed to see in the future? In this workshop will talk about strategies to help your children develop a positive digital footprint.
Parenting in the 21st Century - Personal Branding and the Indelible Internet
Target Group: HS Parents Location: High School Commons
Most of what we do on the internet will remain available indefinitely. How do we ensure our children avoid posting things now they’ll be embarrassed to see in the future? Colleges and universities have not accepted students because of negative social media posts made by the student In this workshop will talk about strategies to help your children develop a positive digital footprint and how they can begin to take control of their personal brand.
College Counseling: Letting Go for 12th Grade Parents