Upcoming Events

Action Network Live! gets personal with experts who know families, children, and tech. For practitioners, educators, and professionals, here is an hour for you to glean insights and real solutions for the families and children you serve. For parents, you'll never get to read all the books. So tune in to get the best tips and tools from Action Network director Jean Rogers in conversation with renowned screen time experts.

Recordings and certificates of attendance are available for all of our events.

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Cyberbullying: Keeping kids safe. Ending it for good.

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 7:00 PM EST | 4:00 PM PST


What really is cyberbullying? Is it dangerous? How can we – as parents, caregivers, educators, and policymakers – end it once and for all? Join Action Network Live! host Jean Rogers and guests Diana Graber of Cyberwise and Lisa Honold of the Center for Online Safety to learn how cyberbullying happens, how it impacts our kids, and how we can put a stop to it.

Special guest Kristin Bride will share her family's story of tragedy and hope.

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Plus, send us your questions! We all have a lot of questions about cyberbullying and online safety, and we want to base this event on yours. Please send your questions in advance to info@screentimenetwork.org and bring your partner, friend, colleague, or teen to join in our conversation.

ABOUT our guests

Diana Graber is the co-founder of Cyberwise, a leading online safety and digital literacy organization. She is also the founder of Cyber Civics, the popular and innovative middle school digital citizenship and literacy program currently being taught globally, and she speaks across the nation about media literacy, cyberbullying, and related topics. In 2017, the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) awarded her the Media Literacy Teacher Award. Diana is the author of Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology. She resides with her family in Southern California.

Lisa Honold is an online safety educator and activist on a mission to make the internet safer for children. She works with parents, schools and community groups to reduce excessive screen time for kids and keep them safe online. As founder and director of the Center for Online Safety, Lisa is a national public speaker on digital wellness, cyber safety, and peaceful parenting and has been featured in major media outlets. Thousands of parents have used the concepts in her parenting courses to enjoy a more peaceful family life and her podcast, Unplug and Plug In, is described as “the go-to-guide on using technology intentionally.” 

 

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So you don't see eye to eye on tech?

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 7:00 PM EST | 4:00 PM PST

Worry less, connect more with your kids.

Have you ever disagreed (ahem, or even strongly disagreed) with your partner on how to handle technology with your kids?

If so, you’re not alone. There’s a lot to disagree on. Go screen-free? Hand over a cell phone? Allow video games or social media? Limit screen time? Use filters? Monitor your teen's device use? To top it off, technology and parenting experts don’t always agree on these issues, either. So what are parents to do?

In this Action Network Live! event, Andrea and Tyler Davis, parents of five children ages 7 to 16 and founders of Better Screen Time, will offer parent-tested tips to help parents and caregivers when they don't see eye to eye with a partner, co-parent, or other caregivers on tech. Learn about setting limits that support kids and become better able to find solutions even when disagreeing.

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Plus, send us your questions! We all have a lot of questions, and we want to base this event on yours. Please submit your questions when registering or email them to info@screentimenetwork.org and bring your partner, friend, colleague, or teen to join in our conversation.

ABOUT our guests

Andrea Davis is a former secondary education teacher turned screen-time-navigator. She is the founder of Better Screen Time where she shares family-tested ideas from the (tech) trenches as a mom of five. Her husband, Tyler, has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and is currently a software engineer in the aeronautical industry. Together, they are on a mission to help parents worry less about tech, and connect more with their kids. Their website, betterscreentime.com, was recently awarded the Richard and Linda Eyre 'Family Is' Award. They live in beautiful Hood River, Oregon where they love spending time outdoors as a family.