Tweens, Teens & Social Media: Workshop for Parents & Educators Feb. 11

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(Oakland Schools Press Release, Jan. 17, 2015)

“Tweens, Teens & Social Media: What PARENTS and EDUCATORS Need to Know!” is a free presentation that Oakland Schools created in response to growing issues with students using (and misusing) social media platforms.

Scaring students off social media is just a temporary fix. This workshop will equip adults to gardenfreshADeducate, guide and assist tweens and teens with social media tools – while helping them use these powerful platforms for positive, personal advancement.

Wednesday, Feb. 11th, 7-8:30pm


Oakland Schools, 2111 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford, MI, 48328-2376

This is a free event, sponsored by Oakland Schools, for parents and K-12 educators.


~Why scare tactics don’t work – and what DOESseed5977Cyndi Rhuland Peltonen

~Social media resources and curriculum

~Why good kids ‘go bad’ on social media, and how to reverse the damage

~How to create and use social media guidelines that promote good choices

~How to help tweens/teens integrate social media ‘best practices’ and self-brand

Speaker: Jean MacLeod, Social Media Specialist at Oakland Schools

No need to RSVP – but please SHARE this information with friends and colleagues, and join us for an incredible evening of practical social media parenting tools (plus coffee!).

Questions? Please email

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