When: Wed. February, 3, 2016, 6:30pm to 8pm
Location: 3860 Oak St., Rocklin, CA South Placer Teen Center
What you will learn:
In the network, a lie can become an experience that murders the truth. That is why now more than ever, what you believe matters – especially for tweens and teens navigating the social network. At this training, you will learn:
- the nature of the lies and untruth children experience via texting and social media
- the three realms of security (physical, cyber and hearts and minds)
- some of the basics for building a family culture to prepare the hearts and minds of youth at early ages to be self-governing and secure in the social network.
This is such an honor to be invited to speak. Dan Britton is a very talented leader and educator of teens. You can read more about his work here.
For more information, contact: Dan Britton at gmail.com
ABOUT: Banana Moments Foundation is a non-profit education center founded in Roseville, CA to strengthen the parent-child bond in a hyper-connected world. The BMF mission is to restore families with the mustard seed of faith that declares liberty already belongs to the soul because one God, the Creator of all humanity, grants every human being intelligence and free will to choose what to believe, and that is power that can never be taken, but is easily surrendered to the bully, the drug or the device. To that end, ten percent of all BMF proceeds are donated to prison ministries. Your Donations are greatly appreciated.
Joanna Jullien is an author, educator and speaker on strengthening the parent-child relationship in a cyber powered world. She is a mother of two grown sons, the author of The Authority In Me: The Power of Family Life in the Network Culture, produces The Sacramento Cyber Safety Examiner column on Examiner.com, and is the CyberParenting advisor on The Fish 103.9FM. Her new book, A Google World in the Garden of Eden: Five Family-Safe Strategies for Texting and Social Media is now available for PC and all eReader formats including Kindle, Nook, iPad.