Our children are surrounded by technology which has become part of their everyday lives. They are able to switch between devices, applications and social media throughout the day, without even realising what they are doing. For them digital life is just life.
The reality is that while technology has advanced quickly, digital parenting skills have not kept pace. It may not be our fault, but it is definitely a problem. There is always so much information to process with the new tech, that as a parent it becomes difficult to distinguish that which is truly important and that which is not.
As a parent and an e-learning professional, I understand and sympathise with the feeling of being overwhelmed by the use of new technology in our lives. While there is no such thing as perfection, the aim of this book is to give parents good enough information to get them started in the right direction in dealing with the technological challenges their children face.
We all want to be good parents and raise our children well. This book, therefore, is written with the aim of helping fellow mums and dads who wish to find out more about what it means to become a digital parent, without getting too side tracked by it all.
If you would like to order the book, please click on the link or the image below and register your interest: http://unitedlearning.org.uk/DigitalParenting