Family Tech Talk: Virtual Edition Event
Tuesday, February 23 -
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
- 8:00 PM
As parents, we want to be actively involved in our kids’ “Internet experience” by talking regularly about apps, online safety, privacy, being kind, balancing online and offline time—and, of course, modeling good online behavior ourselves! But many parents don’t know as much as they’d wish.
That’s why, in partnership with Trend Micro, we’re offering the free Family Tech Talk: Virtual Edition Event to school communities to help educate parents, address their concerns, and encourage them to have an open dialogue about digital responsibility with their tech-savvy kids. The best part is that an expert from Trend Micro will give the virtual presentation to parents (live Q&A included)! You’ll also get free tools to help you plan and promote this important event for parents.
Sign up below and a Trend Micro rep will contact you directly via email to coordinate and confirm event details. You’ll also get access to our free planning and promotional materials!
What You’ll Get With Family Tech Talk: Virtual Edition:
An expert who will host and present this virtual event to parents
Trend Micro will work with your group to schedule and present a Zoom webinar on a date that works for your school community, about topics that matter to your community (such as managing screen time, gaming, social media, media literacy/fake news, etc.).
Step-by-step planning guidelines
A complete timeline for a smooth virtual event, from start to finish. This includes details on how the Trend Micro expert will coordinate with your group and what to expect.
Save-the-date Facebook graphics, a customizable flyer, and sample email text to publicize your virtual Family Tech Talk event to families.
Access to free handouts for parents
Besides making this virtual event available to your school’s parents, your group will also be able to share informative handouts that parents can download, including popular apps that parents need to know about, FAQs on smartphones and school technology, conversation-starters for parents and kids, a roundup of social media and Internet safety resources, and more.
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Last Updated: 02/02/21