I’m an online parent.
I’ve been in a relationship for four years and I’ve seen enough to know what the fuss is all about.
So I decided to put together my own online parenting class.
I have been training for over a year now, with the help of my good friends at the Centre for Digital Parenting.
I started by looking at how different people use social media, to see if it’s the right tool for them, to get feedback and to be more involved in shaping their parenting style.
It’s a lot of fun and it’s helped me develop a more positive parenting style, so I’m excited to share my lessons with you.
You can join my Facebook group, ‘The Basics’, to learn more about how to prepare for your online parenting session.
I’m so excited to be sharing this online parenting workshop with you, so if you’d like to learn how to teach your child online, why not start now?
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What are the risks of online parenting?
There’s not much to worry about with online parenting, and in fact it’s an excellent way to prepare your child for social media and other media, but there are some risks.
You’ll have to be careful with the types of content you share, particularly if your child is using their real name, and you’ll have a lot to work out if you’re planning to share content with others.
How can you prevent online parenting from becoming an issue?
There are two ways you can prevent online parental training from becoming a problem.
First, you can choose to not use social networking in your online life.
This is the most effective way to avoid online parenting becoming an annoyance.
If you choose to use a different social networking app, such as Whatsapp, you should only use the ones you trust.
Secondly, you may want to limit the amount of content that you share.
There is no such thing as a perfect parenting class, but the lessons I’ve shared here will help you make your own decisions.
What you’ll need: A computer with a modern browser (Internet Explorer is best)