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Parent Education Series with Ben Klocek

March 29, 7:30-9pm  ||  Tots, Tweens, Teens and Screens: Supporting Healthy Child Development in a Screenwise Way  ||  via zoom  ||  parents only

An exploration on how screen technology supports and interferes in child development and what we can do to help our children thrive in a digitally-focused world.

April 26, 7:30-9pm  ||  Transforming Tech Habits: Creating a World that Reflects the Heart  ||  via zoom  ||  parents only

Explore what we can do to prepare ourselves and our children to thrive in the digitally-focused world, without sacrificing imagination, creativity, deep-thinking, presence, and our relationships.

6 + 13 =

All registered partisipants will receive a zoom link at least 24 hours before the call. 

Ben KlocekBen Klocek, web designer, teacher, and Sacramento Waldorf School alumnus, has worked in tech for over 20 years and has been studying how our use of screen technology affects our lives. He teaches technology and woodworking in a public Waldorf charter school.

He is the father of two girls, ages 10 and 13, and is an avid naturalist, artist, and gardener.

Check out his Resource Page

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