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FREE TRAINING ANNOUNCEMENT - DOANE ACADEMY

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FREE TRAINING ANNOUNCEMENT - DOANE ACADEMY

     Cyber Safety Preventing Addiction and Bullying

    Free Workshops for Parents

    Grades 7-12 ? February 15

    Grades PreK-6 ? February 29

    Presented by

    With support from

    Hosted by

     350 West Delaware Ave., Burlington City, NJ 08016 ? (609) 386-3500 ? info@doaneacademy.org

    Location: Dining Room, Scarborough Hall

    Parking: Main Lot, first right turn after passing under Burlington-Bristol Bridge Student Ambassadors will guide guests to the event location in Scarborough Hall

    ;FREE Workshop Announcement;

    Presented by John Kriger of Kriger Consulting, Inc. and provided through a grant from the

    Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders Through the Office of

    Human Services, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Unit

    Technology Abuse & Bullying

    For Parents with Children in Grades 7 through 12

     When: Wednesday, February 15, 2012, 7:00-8:30 pm

     Where: Doane Academy

     350 West Delaware Ave., Burlington, NJ 08016

     (609) 386-3500

    * * * This is a FREE workshop & NO registration is necessary. Please come & enjoy! * * *

Six questions to consider regarding Tech-Abuse and Bullying:

    1. How would you know if your child were being a bully or bullied? 2. Has your child ever received computer pornography via email without seeking it? 3. Does your student constantly check email or texts and get anxious when they can't? 4. R U finding your students tempted to text while driving, during meals, discussions or classes.

    5. Does your child have more online than personal friends, and excessively worry about being “defriended”?

    6. Has you student lied about their use, felt guilty, or have someone get frustrated or angry over their tech use?

    Potential impact in your school:

     Difficulty in:

     - Working in groups,

     - Thinking creatively,

     - Maintaining a positive school climate,

     - Getting students to meet face-to-face, when they would rather email or text.

    Impending impact on individuals:

    We all need and use technology, however, overuse or misuse can cause adults and students to:

     - Start over or under reacting - Become constantly distracted

     - Isolate, becoming social avoidant - Find themselves lacking social supports

     - Become excessively stressed - Express greater physical complaints

     - Discover dangerous and illegal behaviors - Experience increased interpersonal problems

    What you can do:

     - Discover how to identify tech overuse, abuse and cyber bullying.

     - Learn to help yourself, your children, what signs to watch for.

     - Find how to gain balance in computer use at home and school.

     - Gain knowledge of how tech-abuse can cause health problems, sleeplessness, and depression!

     - Learn how tech-abuse may be impacting you, your family, your workplace or your school.

    If you have any questions regarding the above workshop,

     please call us at (609) 387-5226 or

     email us at john@krigerconsulting.com

     John K. Kriger

     Kriger Consulting, Inc.

    ;FREE Workshop Announcement;

    Presented by John Kriger of Kriger Consulting, Inc. and provided through a grant from the

    Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders Through the Office of

    Human Services, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Unit

    Technology Abuse & Bullying

    For Parents with Children in Grades PreK through 6

     When: Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 7:00-8:30 pm

     Where: Doane Academy

     350 West Delaware Ave., Burlington, NJ 08016

     (609) 386-3500

    * * * This is a FREE workshop & NO registration is necessary. Please come & enjoy! * * *

Six questions to consider regarding Tech-Abuse and Bullying:

    1. How would you know if your child were being a bully or bullied? 2. Does your child want a phone, and at what age should they have one? 3. Has your child ever received computer pornography via email without seeking it? 4. Does your student become anxious or demanding after watching certain cartoons? 5. Could you be introducing your child to sources of substance abuse, and adult material?

    6. R U aware you may be placing information on the Internet that could help a predator find your child?

    Potential impact in your school:

     Difficulty in:

     - Working in groups

     - Thinking creatively

     - Maintaining a positive school climate

     - Getting your students to interact face-to-face, and be able to focus their attention

    Impending impact on individuals:

    We all need and use technology, however, overuse or misuse can cause adults and students to:

     - Start over or under reacting - Become constantly distracted

     - Isolate, becoming social avoidant - Find themselves lacking social skills

     - Become excessively stressed - Express greater physical complaints

     - Discover dangerous and illegal behaviors - Experience increased interpersonal problems

    What you can do:

     - Discover how to set limits.

     - Learn to help yourself, your children, and what signs to watch for.

     - Find how to gain balance in computer use at home, work and school.

     - Gain knowledge of how tech-abuse can cause sleeplessness, and depression!

     - Learn how tech-abuse may be impacting you, your family, your workplace and your school.

    If you have any questions regarding the above workshop,

     please call us at (609) 387-5226

     or email us at john@krigerconsulting.com

     John K. Kriger

     Kriger Consulting, Inc.

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