Learn the negative effects of student social media (and the 25+ dangerous apps your students should avoid)
See what students, parents and educators say about this presentation:
"I'm a counselor and Josh's presentation was fabulous and very very informative." –Counselor
"Josh's presentation about social media was unbelievably fantastic. Our students learned so much about what kids should and shouldn't be doing. The fact that it is such a thoughtful process made it all worthwhile." –Director of College Advising
"I watched this presentation because I don't know anything about social media. Now I can teach my kids." –Mom
"You hear all of these things about what kids are doing online and it was great to understand the things that are hidden behind the scenes on these popular apps. We are definitely better off now. Thank you for the presentation." –Dad
"After this presentation, we have a path to follow to guide our children to make good choices with social media." –Mom
"I really love the emphasis on having a dialog. This presentation gives parents the tools to be able to communicate with their children effectively about what matters most." –Catholic Sister
Real comments people have made during the webinar:
“This webinar is a very helpful eye opener on the apps that are popular with my students.” –Irene C
“Good info for any parent or educator who wants to learn about the 30 bad apps for teens. Keep up the good work!” –Kristen J
“This is great info, thanks for giving me some ideas on how to start a dialog with my teen!” –Sharon M
“Thanks for the webinar. Tons of great info that can help me keep my students safe.” –Cindy T
Who is this webinar for?
- Parents of kids who are NOT online yet
- Parents of students who already have a smartphone
- Parents with students who are struggling with too much screen time
- Parents of students who are already on Instagram, Snapchat and other apps
- Parents (and educators) who want to get up to speed on the latest bad apps
About Your Host: Josh Ochs
Josh Ochs is the author of the bestselling book “Light, Bright and Polite” and he travels the country teaching 30,000 tweens and teens how to shine online to impress colleges and future employers.
With a background in marketing at Disney, Josh is no stranger to the realities of marketing himself in a way to quickly win over others. Josh has been quoted and featured as a source in Forbes, CBS News, KTLA, KFWB radio, is a guest lecturer at USC and UCLA and a frequent personality on radio shows nationwide.