Join us on Wednesday, February 1, 7:00 - 9:00 PM, when renowned author and child psychologist Dr. Anthony Rao will lead parents in an engaging discussion on how to balance the exciting possibilities of the digital age with the added anxiety of raising and educating children in it.
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Is he still learning in class?
Education doesn’t look the same in classrooms today as it did in the past. How will you be sure teachers and schools are developing the skills your son needs to excel in a technology-driven future?
How much screen time is too much?
Parents are playing catch-up and trying their best to navigate a balance between the digital and physical worlds for their children.
Am I doing it right?
Anxiety over “getting it right” is something almost every parent feels as they chart a course for their family in a world that is significantly different from the one they knew as a child.
This candid discussion with Dr. Rao will provide parents with an in-depth understanding of how boys develop, think, and learn and, more importantly, how they differ from girls. He will also share 10 best practices for educating boys, as well as help attendees gain much deeper insights on how the digital age is affecting all of us.
Parents constantly worry about whether or not they're doing right by their son in a rapidly changing world. Let’s discuss the specifics of what he needs and how you can provide it to him.Join renowned author and child psychologist Dr. Anthony Rao for a discussion about what works best for boys, in the classroom and at home. Learn how new classroom spaces and novel teaching and parenting approaches can foster critical thinking, problem solving and executive function skills as early as pre-K.
This candid discussion on Raising Boys in the Digital Age will provide parents with an in-depth understanding of how boys develop, think, and learn and more importantly, how it differs from girls. Attendees will also learn how the digital age is affecting all of us.
This event will take place on Wednesday, February 1, 7:00 - 9:00 PM at The Fessenden School. It is open to the public and free of charge. Seating is limited and reservations are required.