Tech In The New Normal: Navigating Screen Time & Digital Socializing During Remote Learning
Join The Wolf School from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on November 5th for this year’s virtual Rosaline I.R. Granoff Speaker Series. “Tech in the New Normal: Navigating Screen Time and Digital Socializing During Remote Learning” will feature speaker, Dr. Jill Walsh. Dr. Walsh will go through the parameters that are worth instituting to help set your child up for success navigating in-person and remote learning with a particular focus on thinking about quantity vs. quality of tech use and addressing challenges like multitasking, attention, and managing digital socializing.
Admission is free but spots are limited so register now!
This Year’s Speaker:
Jill Walsh is a Sociology professor at Boston University. She is also the founder of Digital Aged, a consulting group that educates students, families, and educational institutions about positive technology use. She earned a Ph.D in Sociology from Boston University, a Masters in Public Policy from Brown University and a B.A from Harvard University. Her research looks at the way that social media and the need to document the self online is altering the paths to adolescent development. Her book Adolescents and their Social Media Narratives: A Digital Coming of Age was published in 2017 and she is working on a new book for parents. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate at Boston University, but her favorite thing about her job is talking to teens about their digital lives and learning from them.