Children are exposed to online content in their preschool years. Behaviours like cyberbullying begin at primary school. Peer pressure can cause poor online decisions for many teenagers.
Come along to this presentation to hear from the Office of the eSafety Commissioner on empowering young people, parents and carers to manage online issues.
- Thursday 21 March 2019
- Clayton Library (Meeting Room)
- 9-15 Cooke Street, Clayton
For ages 1 -7, learn how to:
- Reduce accidental exposure to inappropriate content
- Initiate conversations about online stranger danger
- Identify age appropriate apps and websites.
For ages 8-12, learn how to:
- Deal with online stranger contact
- Have a conversation about online issues including cyberbullying
- Manage apps and privacy settings
- Support your child using online safety resources.
For ages 13-18, learn how to:
- Report serious cyberbullying and image based abuse
- Manage screen time and excessive use
- Have a conversation with your child about their online brand.
- Bookings essential by Monday 18 March 2019
- Book now: 9518 3571