New technologies are attractive and offer new educational chances of communication, growth, and self and life improvement.
We all have assimilated these technological tools in our daily routines and they are now a part of everyone’s everyday life. Although this offers us great opportunities, it can also lead to great risks.
Despite the fact that younger generations are extremely competent users of the latest technologies, they’re not always aware of all the consequences of their “digital behaviour”.
Adults need to know how to navigate in this new “world” all the while remaining educators for their children and guide them through life’s opportunities and risks.
Three evening meetings will be held to suggest a positive and tangible approach to the challenges which adults face in raising digital children:
First meeting: Digital children, informed parents;
Second meeting: everyday digital life;
Third meeting: educating digital children.