Raising Healthy Kids in a Digital World

Lori Getz, internet safety expert, shares tips for a family approach to tech, covering readiness, curiosity-led talks, and practical tips on what to say about online relationships.

Do your family’s technology habits match your family values?

On November 1, Cartwheel hosted internet safety expert and educator Lori Getz for a session which provided practical tips on creating a holistic family approach to technology, screens, and internet use.

In this webinar, we cover:

  • How to know when kids are ready for certain technology privileges
  • How leading with curiosity (not judgment) leads to less contentious conversations about what’s happening online
  • Why it’s critical to convey to your child: “If someone’s important to you, they are important to me, too”

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4 Conversation Prompts to Kick-off Meaningful Conversations With Your Kids on Technology and Internet Use

About our speaker, Lori Getz, MA

Lori Getz is a mother, educator and Internet safety expert. She has appeared on the "Dr. Phil Show," "Today," "Good Morning America," "HLN," “Dr. Drew,” and several other local news & radio programs and podcasts. Lori is the author of "The Tech Savvy User's Guide to the Digital World" and "Like Ability: The Truth About Popularity." Both workbooks are intended to help young people ages 10-15 navigate decision-making both online and in real life. Lori has an M.A. in Educational Technology from San Diego State University and has been teaching for over 20 years.