Do you have a tween that uses social media? Are you terrified that they’re doing and saying things that will forever be in the Internet? Not sure what to do, or where to turn?
Let me introduce you to Saving Face.
Saving Face is a “complete social media guide for parents that turns your tech-savvy tween into a smart digital citizen one interactive lesson at a time.”
For just $47 you’ll get seven videos that will teach you how to be a proactive parent in the digital area. Videos in modules include:
MODULE 1: INTRO TO DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
- How to raise a good digital citizen
- Social media and school in this digitally connected era
- How to be a superb social media role model for your tween
MODULE 2: THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA
- Social media stats that will shape your parenting
- How to NOT be a “Facebook-challenged” parent
- 6 SAFE social media sites specifically for tweens
MODULE 3: SAFETY AND PRIVACY
- 5 ground rules and settings for your tech-savvy tween
- The ins and outs of photo and video sharing
- Guiding the parent’s activity on Facebook
MODULE 4: SOCIAL MEDIA MANNERS
- Identifying the good, the bad and the ugly
- Coaching a tween’s behavior with a litmus test
- 10 social media etiquette tips for tweens to live by
MODULE 5: DIGITAL RESPONSIBILITY
- Teaching digital accountability and maturity
- Examples and lessons on becoming a positive online influencer
- Don’t be the parent of a Facebook drama queen or king
MODULE 6: CYBERBULLYING
- Understanding and monitoring this dangerous online behavior
- How to coach your tween to be an upstander vs. a bystander
- Empowering tweens to help tweens
MODULE 7: ONLINE REPUTATION MANAGEMENT
- Shaping your child’s digital footprint early
- How to ensure your child is maintaining a strong online reputation
- Preparing for college and beyond with social media
Since the kid is only six, I’m not at the point where I need to worry. But, when that time comes, I know I’ll be using Saving Face.
Do you have a tween who’s on social media? How do you make sure they’re doing the right thing?
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