From tech tools to online learning: A family's guide to digital well being

Instructor: Jamie Nunez

With an ever-changing online learning landscape, our kids are spending an exorbitant amount of time in front of a screen. What impact does that have on their well being? How can we ensure that our kids are learning something?

Join Common Sense as we will explore three practical ways parents can integrate distance learning purposefully in their home.

Families will leave with resources and a plan to address our current educational realities.


Participants will learn:

  • Specific strategies to engage their child in asynchronous learning
  • Strategies to keep your child/teen motivated during distance learning
  • Specific ways to integrate tech tools effectively


 Jamie Nunez2019


Note(s): Registrants will be emailed a link to the live Zoom presentation on the day of the event. Instructor Bio: Jamie is the Bay Area Regional Manager at Common Sense and supports school districts in their efforts to implement digital wellness initiatives. For over 17 years, Jamie has redefined education practices by designing creative learning opportunities for educators. As a former high school teacher, school administrator, and after school director, Jamie has facilitated hundreds of professional development workshops on student engagement in digital spaces. When not working, Jamie can be found on the beach teaching his 5-year-old how to surf in the chilly ocean.
  • Date(s): 9/14
  • Day(s): Monday
  • Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Location: Virtual
  • Sessions: 1 class
  • Fees: No Cost
  • Course Code: P7D20001

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