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CONECTADOS: Cómo estar presentes para sus hijos en la era digital - Curso en línea - Curso On Demand


Classes for Adults / Special Topics & Events -
Fall 2022 - Adult

Ayude a su hijo a aprovechar las oportunidades en línea mientras evita riesgos. ¡Muchas escuelas les entregan a los niños una tableta o computadora portátil sin una guía para padres que la acompañe! Mereces recursos basados en evidencia, no fragmentos de sonido basados en el miedo, mientras navegas por los crecientes desafíos del tiempo de pantalla. Esta clase en línea a su propio ritmo elimina la información contradictoria y ofrece las estrategias de crianza esenciales para el bienestar digital de su hijo.

A continuación podrán ver lo que está incluido en el curso de Conectados: Cómo estar presentes para tus hijos en la era digital:

  • 3 módulos de aprendizaje o "Sparks". Los participantes reciben un Spark a la semana durante tres semanas.
  • 12 lecciones en video, cada una de 4 a 8 minutos de duración.
  • 12 documentos descargables de apoyo con ejercicios, indicaciones y estrategias prácticas para padres.
  • Acceso para tres meses
  • BONO: Invitación al grupo privado de Facebook del Instituto Spark & Stitch para todos los participantes de la clase en línea para participar en la comunidad de Spark & Stitch y opción de preguntas y respuestas.

Público: Para padres de niños de 2 a 10 años. Incluye tres Sparks (módulos de una semana) con acceso por tres meses.

Los cursos bajo demanda se pueden tomar en su tiempo libre. Recibirás tu enlace para tu clase a través de Spark and Stitch. Consulte su correo electrónico de confirmación de registro para obtener más información

Instructors

Spark & Stitch

Spark & Stitch Institute founded by Dr. Dave Walsh and Erin Walsh, has been helping parents build knowledge, skills, and confidence to raise healthy, connected kids for over thirty years. With specific expertise in digital wellbeing and mental health, parent-child relationships, and adolescent development, Spark & Stitch uses brain science to help parents understand the neurological basis of social-emotional skills like emotional regulation, empathy, communication, and self-discipline. Through workshops, online classes, and best-selling books, Spark & Stitch delivers practical parenting strategies that build on families’ strengths and prioritize warm connections and boundaries from early childhood through adolescence.


Erin Walsh

Instructor

Co-founder, Spark & Stitch Institute

Erin is a parent, speaker, educator, and writer. She has worked with communities across the country who want to better understand child and adolescent development and cut through conflicting information about kids and technology. She is fiercely committed to bringing an equity lens and asset-based approach to our understanding of, and response to, youth and media. Her signature down-to-earth approach and sense of humor helps families and educators engage in complicated topics and leave feeling capable and motivated.

Erin has enjoyed bringing science and tips to families and educators alongside her father Dr. David Walsh for nearly 20 years. They started together at the National Institute on Media and the Family and then more recently founded Mind Positive Parenting before creating Spark & Stitch Institute in 2019. In addition to writing articles for several other organizations including Bolster Collaborative and Psychology Today, she co-authored the 10th Anniversary Edition of the national bestseller Why Do They Act That Way? A Survival Guide to the Adolescent Brain for You and Your Teen.

Erin is also Lead Program Facilitator for Youth Frontiers. She leads interactive Mind Retreats for educators exploring the science of stress and why connection unleashes learning. Before creating Spark & Stitch Institute in 2019, Erin taught undergraduate students for 9 years with the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs. She created and co-taught an 8-credit program called Making Media, Making Change. Erin has served on a number of community boards, most recently as board chair of YMCA Camp Widjiwagan, a wilderness-based youth development program. She has consulted with schools, school districts, parent groups and other youth serving organizations throughout North America on issues related to digital media, children, youth.

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$ 45.00
Costo por clase