Webinar: Do you know the impact technologies have on your children's brains?
Technologies have an impact on our brains and those of our children. Knowing this is essential to make intelligent and responsible use of them. This webinar will be taught by the psychologist and doctor of education Rafa Guerrero, specialist in neuropsychology and ADHD.
Children who have access to technological devices are getting even younger which has meant that among the information they can receive may also include pornography. Which produces data as chilling as: 10% of internet porn consumers are under the age of 10. Furthermore, according to Pornhub, the world's largest pornography website, pornographic content during the first few weeks of confinement consumption increased by 61.3% in Spain. Faced with this picture, many experts warn that if we do not offer early sex education from homes, schools... our children will be educated by pornography, with the consequences. We will talk about this subject to the sexologist Lara Avargues, who will give us guidelines on how to address this issue with our children.
Technology is an undisputed aid for the development of academic skills, and is necessary to know what it can offer students with autism prior to their use in the classroom. In this webinar we will show you some interesting resources in order to be able to address the initial reading and calculation skills, explaining what factors to consider and suggesting proposals for creative activities that combine applications and other materials.
"Mom, stop bugging me" This phrase rings a bell, doesn't it? It´s our kids favorite when they reach adolescence.
Suddenly, everything we tell them, sounds like sermons, being telling off...
So that this does not happen to us, Lucia Galán (Lucia, my pediatrician) will share some of the tips with us that she puts in place as a mother so that she is able to continue influence her children.
At what age would you allow your child to swim in a swimming pool on his own? Could you guess? No, because the answer has nothing to do with age. The answer is: when he can swim. The same is the case for the first mobile phone. What's the right age? There isn´t one. The answer should be: when my child is ready to surf the Internet alone. And for this as parents we play a fundamental role. Among many other things, our mission is to educate how they look at things. If not, they will access the virtual world thinking that it is real, their self-esteem will be heavily affected, getting frustrated, seeing as ideal people who are not real... The philosopher and author of the book 'El arte de pensar' ('The Art of Thinking') José Carlos Ruiz will help parents reflect on this issue and gradually educate their children's vision so that when they access the virtual world they will have the critical thinking process OFF switch activated (as he calls it) and know how to differentiate between what the real world is and what the virtual world is.