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    Conversation

    Idea: Who do your kids trust more—you or YouTube?

    A Conversation about navigating modern parenthood.

    Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 5:30 - 6:45 PM @ Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art
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    Conversation
    Learning how to parent in the digital age.
    Jessica Grose
    Parenting Editor, New York Times
    Jodie Patterson
    Activist & Author, The Bold World
    Jordan Shapiro, Ph.D.
    Author, The New Childhood
    Susan B. Neuman
    Professor, New York University
    CONVERSATION - Conversations are panel discussions that provide an in-depth, up-to-the-minute look at a single topic. Featuring three to four thought leaders and an expert moderator, Conversations consist of a 60-minute discussion, followed by 15 minutes of audience q-and-a.

    For parents in 2019, technology is the monster in the closet. Thanks to the internet, age-old problems—bullying, racial discrimination, competition in school—seem more pressing than ever before. But what if the tech boogeyman actually holds the key to raising better children? What if better data, accessible information, and digital tools hold the keys to being better parents? This Conversation will dig into the challenges of modern parenting and parse out ways that old strategies can be coupled with new tools for preparing your children for our deeply interconnected world. 

    When
    Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 5:30 - 6:45 PM
    Where
    Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art
    220 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611
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    Your impact checklist

    Here are a list of things you can do before and after the event to join the conversation.

    • Check out Jordan Shapiro’s new book, The New Childhood, which talks about raising children in a connected world.
    • Learn more about how kids can thrive in this new digital landscape at Common Sense, which offers expert media advice, tools, and resources to parents, teachers, and kids.
    • Volunteer your time at Expanding Your Horizons, a nonprofit supporting and educating girls interested in STEM fields.
    • Donate books to Open Books, which supports childhood literacy and writing programs throughout the city.
    • Explore the work of Digital Play for Global Citizens, which helps prepare kids to learn about the natural world through digital play.