How to help improve your child's relationship with technology

DoSeum's 10th annual Outside the Lunchbox Luncheon is Oct. 1

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This article is sponsored by The DoSeum.

An expert on children's relationships with technology is coming to the Witte Museum to help educate parents and educators on young peoples habits with digital media at The DoSeum's 10th annual Outside the Lunchbox Luncheon.

Dr. Devorah Heitner, the author of "Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World," is set to speak at the luncheon in October.

She is applauded for translating the digital world "in ways that honor children and adults, and that offers a vision for nurturing sound judgment and independence as they grow." 

"Teachers, educators, parents, aunts and uncles -- if you have a kid in your life this is an event for you," said Elizabeth Marceau, event chair for Outside the Lunchbox Luncheon.

Outside the Lunchbox Luncheon 

The DoSeum is a joyful place where children ages 1-11 years old can explore and learn through science, math and engineering and even parents and educators can benefit from its extended resources.

For more information, visit thedoseum.org or call 210-212-4453.

 

 


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