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    Screen Time Versus Family Time

    When: Wednesday, 1/16/2019 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM Export event

    Where: OFJCC Preschool, Parent Lounge


    Join us for a compelling conversation about families and screen time for preschoolers, elementary age and beyond. Explore the advantages and drawbacks for our little digital natives, recognize the top signs of screen addiction, and discuss the reality and challenges of being a good role model with your own digital use.


    An expert in media literacy, Patti Page helps families and their children become more capable and responsible digital citizens. She leads classes that enhance parents' awareness of their children's social networking habits. Recently, she has been teaching 'Raising Kids in a 24/7 Digital Media World.' Over the years, Patti has developed media literacy curricula and facilitated workshops on this as well as related subjects. An award-winning writer and producer, Patti holds a bachelor's degree in communications from University of California, Los Angeles, where she specialized in mass communications.

    The event is held in partnership with Parents Place.


    Wednesday, January 16
    9:15–10:15 AM
    OFJCC Preschool, Parent Lounge
    Contact: Tamara Thiel Prizant | (650) 223-8750 | [email protected]



    Registration is closed for this event.

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