We are rolling a series that allows you to be a digital parent in just a few minutes a week. Watch this video to see what the focus will be of this new series, The Digital Parenting Minute.
This is David Tucker from DigitalParenting.com. This is the first episode of the Digital Parenting Minute, where you can become a better digital parent in just 60 seconds or less. Now, I want to take a minute and introduce the series. I’m a parent of three amazing kids. I work in the tech industry, and my goal is to try and find a way to educate parents on how they can keep their kids safe online. I want to show parents that you don’t have to have a PhD in computer science to be a rockstar digital parent. Also, you don’t need 10 hours a week to scour the web, to try and find the information you need.
You need bite-sized chunks of information that continually make you better, give you new tools, and allow you to see what other parents are doing. That’s why digitalparenting.com is bringing you the Digital Parenting Minute, so that twice a week, again in 60 seconds, you can learn something that helps you, and enables you. Listen, challenges and dangers do exist on the internet, and with digital devices. Parents have to understand how to help their kids. We’re just now beginning to learn how critical it is to get this right, and that not getting right, could have some longterm implications for our kids, but you don’t have to go it alone.
We’re here to provide you what you need, and prove to you that you can be the next rockstar digital parent, yes you. Now if you’re concerned about this area of your child’s life, and you need more information to help you, just click Subscribe below, and you’ll be able to stay connected to the resources that we’re providing you. If you have a question, or challenge that you need help with, just reach out to us on digitalparenting.com, and we may feature your request in an upcoming episode.
Now I’m David Tucker from digitalparenting.com, and I am excited to bring you the Digital Parenting Minute. If you have a question or problem that you would like us to address in the Digital Parenting Minute, reach out to us on our website at DigitalParenting.com.