Understanding Our Teens and Tweens:
Understanding Our Teens and Tweens: Social Media
Sunday, May 5th, 7-8:30pm
201 Market Street
Being a parent is difficult enough, but Social Media has added another dimension to parenting in the 21st Century. Just when we think we understand the terms and lingo, another social media fad is born. Are you a parent, grandparent, or someone who works with tweens and teens? Do you want to keep up with the latest social media information, but tired of being overwhelmed?
Join blogger, speaker, and educator Matt Bergman, Ed.M. as he discusses the basics of Social Media, new trends, and how adults can be prepared. Whether you are new to Social Media or a savvy veteran, this workshop will have answers for you to help our kids navigate through the uncharted waters of Social Media.
This free workshop will be held at Lititz United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 5, 2013 from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in the Children’s Church. Please register with the Church Office at 626-2710 or by contacting Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org
- What is Social Media and why should I care?
- Social Media is more than Facebook - a discussion of various types of social media like Twitter, Instagram, Pintrest, SnapChat, etc.
- What our kids aren't telling us - a discussion of the "Wild West" of Social Media and strategies for helping our kids make their way through the uncharted waters.
Matt Bergman BIO
Matt Bergman is currently a teacher at the Milton Hershey School, where he incorporates technology into his high school classroom on a daily basis. Matt also serves as a Graduate Instructor and course trainer for Regional Training Center’s (www.thertc.net ) Universal Design for Learning course in PA, MD, and NJ.
He shares his knowledge and ideas with educators throughout the country through presentations, Simple K12 webinars, his Learn-Lead-Grow blog (http://bergman-udl.blogspot.com/ ), website (http://learn-lead-grow.weebly.com/ ) and infamous “What to Do in Just a Few” video clips on YouTube. Matt’s presentations have been on Educational Technology, Social Media, Financial Literacy, Universal Design for Learning, and Leadership.