Jane Nelsen on Parenting 2.0: Parenting in the Age of the Internet and Social Media

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Date: Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009
5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern / 12am GMT (next day) (international times here)
Duration: 1 hour
Location: In Elluminate. Log in at http://tinyurl.com/convnet.

Dr. Jane Nelsen is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor in South Jordan, UT and Carlsbad, CA. Join us as we talk about the unique challenges that the Web 2.0 world brings to parenting.

Jane's doctorate degree in Educational Psychology from the University of San Francisco in 1979 is secondary to the education and experience she achieved from her successes and failures as a mother of seven children. She now shares this wealth of knowledge and experience as a popular keynote speaker and workshop leader throughout the country.

She is the author and/or coauthor of the following books:

* Positive Discipline
* Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World: Seven Building Blocks for Developing Capable Young People
* Understanding Serenity
* Positive Time-Out: And Over 50 Ways to Avoid Power Struggles in the Home and the Classroom (Positive Discipline)
* Positive Discipline for Teenagers (Positive Discipline)
* Positive Discipline in the Classroom, Revised 3rd Edition: Developing Mutual Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in Your Classroom (Positive Discipline)
* Positive Discipline A-Z, Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition: From Toddlers to Teens, 1001 Solutions to Everyday Parenting Problems
* Positive Discipline for Single Parents : Nurturing, Cooperation, Respect and Joy in Your Single-Parent Family
* Positive Discipline for Preschoolers: For Their Early Years--Raising Children Who are Responsible, Respectful, and Resourceful (Positive Discipline Library)
* Positive Discipline: The First Three Years: From Infant to Toddler--Laying the Foundation for Raising a Capable, Confident Child (Positive Discipline Library)
* Positive Discipline for Your Step Family
* Parents Who Love Too Much: How Good Parents Can Learn to Love More Wisely and Develop Children of Character
* Positive Discipline for Parenting in Recovery
* Positive Discipline: A Teacher's A-Z Guide, Revised 2nd Edition: Hundreds of Solutions for Every Possible Classroom Behavior Problem
* Positive Discipline in the Christian Home: Using the Bible to Develop Character and Strengthen Moral Values
* Positive Discipline for Childcare Providers: A Practical and Effective Plan for Every Preschool and Daycare Program (Positive Discipline)
* Positive Discipline for Working Parents: Raising Responsible, Respectful, and Resourceful Children When You Work Outside the Home

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I was unable to participate in this discussion when it was live, but was lucky enough to listen to it today. Very insightful conversation... we need to listen more to children and youth in order to find out how to make situations beneficial and positive for us all.

I wanted to make one comment with regards to the part of your discussion about kids walking and playing in neighborhoods on their own. I feel that this topic is directly related to childrens' technology use. Just as we, as adults, parents, and teachers, need to talk through what you need to do to be safe as well as the different consequences of not being 'safe' when you are in the neighborhood alone or away from parents we need to do the same thing now with technology. Most kids are on computers and using technology on their own today, which can aid in their learning but also be just as harmful or dangerous as being on the streets alone.

When thinking about kids on the streets alone, it seems just as dangerous to let kids travel and surf the internet without talking through the consequences of not being safe on the internet or even when watching TV. I love that Jane emphasizes communication with kids. I hope that more people hear the message! It is such a simple idea but can be so powerful and effective! Listen to your kids and students... hear their concerns, find out their motivations, and work with them to come up with positive and safe solutions!

Thanks for all of your work and for these incredible discussions!
You're welcome! And thanks for adding to the discussion. Very good point!


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