Teens and Tweens Using Social Media, and Technology Podcast

Teens and Tweens Using Social Media, and Technology Podcast

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A lot of parents struggle with social media and technology when it comes to their tweens and teens. In this podcast, Dorien Morin-van Dam and our Editor, Kristen Daukas, discuss the pros and cons of it as well as how to handle schools who only use devices to teach in classes.

Topics we discuss include:

  • What age do parents really let their kids on social media
  • Is 13 still too young, developmentally, to be on social
  • How to handle when kids misuse phones, computers and social sites
  • Schools who are moving to BYOD (bring your own device) to teach classes
  • How to deal with BYOD if you’ve taken their phones
  • and more!

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About Dorien and where to find her!

dorien morin-van damDorien Morin-van Dam is the face behind the orange glasses! Proud to be Dutch, Dorien wears orange glasses in real life, too!

“As the manager of 4 kids, 3 dogs and 1 husband, multitasking is my middle name. I am a marathon runner, avid reader, banana bread baker and world traveler.”

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Ten to Twenty Parenting was created as an honest resource for those of us parenting kids between the ages of 10 and 20. Our needs are so different and the issues much more complex than diaper rashes and playground tantrums.

Ten to Twenty

Ten to Twenty Parenting was created as an honest resource for those of us parenting kids between the ages of 10 and 20. Our needs are so different and the issues much more complex than diaper rashes and playground tantrums.

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