Now more than ever, our children need parents to lead them. Authority that was once ascribed is more relational; popular culture and Internet and mobile technology expose and empower our children to engage in increasingly risky ideas and activities at earlier ages.
“We can’t teach what Banana Moments offers parents,” said Kelly Graham, Principal at Olympus Junior High in Roseville, Ca., “It’s a good message at a time when our children are exposed to so much through Internet-enabled tools.”
Joanna’s ‘aha moment’ sponsored by Mutual of Omaha
In a world where it is easy to believe you can simply “google” everything you need to know, who needs a parent, educator, coach or physician to impart wisdom?
A book about parenting with peace of mind in a cyber powered world.
Listen to conversations about the hot topics
CyberParenting on TheFish103.9FM Tuesday mornings 6:40 and 7:20a.m.
Family Business Quarterly
Spring 2013 Edition – Citizenship in a global network
Second Thursday Evening of the Month, 6:30 at Mimi’s Cafe in Roseville
June 13: “What it means to be a parent in a cyber-powered world”