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Cranleigh School Technology & Teenage Mental Health Conference: Vicki Shotbolt Workshop

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Cranleigh School Technology & Teenage Mental Health Conference: Vicki Shotbolt Workshop

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Heads, deputies and pastoral leads from schools across the South East gathered at Cranleigh on March 8th to hear experts from the fields of neuroscience, mental wellness and adolescent psychology discuss the impact of technology on the mental health of teenagers.
The conference brought together experts and educators with an interest in the impact of technology on teenage mental health, to share ideas and experiences, to learn from pioneering work going on in this area and to create a network of links.
Held in partnership with leading mental health charity, The Charlie Waller Trust, the one-day conference featured keynote speeches and workshops.

Further Information at: https://www.cranleigh.org/our-school/academics/resources/cranleigh-training/technology-teenage-mental-health-conference/

Heads, deputies and pastoral leads from schools across the South East gathered at Cranleigh on March 8th to hear experts from the fields of neuroscience, mental wellness and adolescent psychology discuss the impact of technology on the mental health of teenagers.
The conference brought together experts and educators with an interest in the impact of technology on teenage mental health, to share ideas and experiences, to learn from pioneering work going on in this area and to create a network of links.
Held in partnership with leading mental health charity, The Charlie Waller Trust, the one-day conference featured keynote speeches and workshops.

Further Information at: https://www.cranleigh.org/our-school/academics/resources/cranleigh-training/technology-teenage-mental-health-conference/

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  1. 1. Educating Parents Theory & Practice
  2. 2. Vicki Shotbolt Co-Chair of UKCISS Digital Resilience Working Group Supporting families and the professionals that work with them…. Provide support directly to parents and professionals Deliver a range of school initiatives Chair the UKCCIS Digital Resilience working group Conduct research with and about families
  3. 3. Starting with the theory
  4. 4. Resilience What is it? A dynamic personality asset that grows from digital activation i.e. through engaging with appropriate opportunities and challenges online, rather than through avoidance and safety behaviours.
  5. 5. Is it important? “we failed to find convincing evidence that Internet filters were effective at shielding early adolescents from aversive experiences online. Instead, we found convincing evidence they were not effective in our sample. “ Oxford Internet Institute Dr Andy Przybylski iDr Victoria Nash “children who were resilient and able to self regulate were more likely to seek out positive opportunities online and less likely to experience harm. “ Oxford Internet Institute & Parent Zone
  6. 6. How do you develop it? “Supportive and enabling parenting has a more positive impact on resilience than parental strategies that restrict or monitor internet use”
  7. 7. It is hard to learn new things AuthoritativeAuthoritarian UninvolvedPermissive Parenting Styles Authoritarian Authoritative Permissive Uninvolved
  8. 8. Confident Well Informed Properly resourced Capable Motivated What do parents need to be in order to be Authoritative?
  9. 9. The family unit is a private space
  10. 10. Parents worry
  11. 11. The task is enormous
  12. 12. Digital parenting is difficult
  13. 13. Practice
  14. 14. Motivation to change behaviour Positive Negative Driven by moral, ethical and social concerns Driven by shame and guilt FEARDESIRE REWARD THREAT “stick”“carrot” Intrinsic Extrinsic
  15. 15. Parenting Support Information that supports authoritative parenting What should you deliver?
  16. 16. Well informed  Information included in regular communications e.g. end of term mailings, welcome packs, house newsletters etc  Parent Info  Face to face sessions delivered by trusted providers or using high quality materials Confident  Given support to encourage their child’s positive use of technology  Provided with examples of their child’s positive use of technology  Not needlessly frightened in face to face sessions or any other information Capable & Motivated  Consider more structured digital parenting support e.g. Parent Zone parenting course  Think about parenting motivations – university places, careers etc.
  17. 17. vicki@parentzone.org.uk @Vshotbolt @Theparentszone www.parentzone.org.uk www.parentinfo.org

Notas del editor

  • We often hear how difficult it is to reach parents. Engaging them can be hard – influencing their behaviour even harder.

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