Social media is part of everyone's life, including your child's. It is impossible to avoid but causes worry due to the potential to cause significant harm and anxiety for teens.

So, how can you help protect your child from the dangers of social media without isolating them from their peers? 

Experienced counselor, Mr. Russell Duncombe and ICT expert Mr. Tim Evans will teach you how to better navigate the "teen world" of social media with your child. Learn expert tips to help equip your child with the skills to survive in an online world.

During the webinar you will learn:

  • How to talk openly to your teen about social media
  • How to recognize and help manage signs of anxiety
  • What to do if you think your teen might need help
  • What are the common platforms and some hidden dangers
  • Ways to promote healthy social media usage
  • Tips to promote responsible online behavior

Mr. Russell Duncombe will also be available to answer any of your burning questions.

There is no escape from an online world. Register today to learn how to protect your teen!

Date: Oct 27 (Tue), 2020

Time: 1 - 2 pm 

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Our Speaker

Russell Duncombe, BA, PGDE, MoC

School Counselor & Secondary Teacher

Russell Duncombe, BA, PGDE, MoC

Russell Duncombe is a highly experienced school counselor working with students at Stamford American School. He has 18 years of experience in education and student welfare across three countries. He has worked as a secondary teacher, level coordinator, school counselor and senior manager of local, international and whole school cohorts. As a teacher, he has taught subjects from Psychology, English, and Science to Big History, Computer Imagery and Health. Russell has also practiced privately as a counselor and workshop presenter with several international companies, including Motorola, Allianz Investment and HSBC.

Tim Evans

Educational Technology Coordinator, BA, PGCE

Tim Evans

Tim joined Stamford from Laude Newton College in Spain where he was an ICT and Design teacher specializing in the International Baccalaureate (IB) programs. With his vast international teaching experience, Tim now serves as our Head of Educational Technology to ensure that the delivery of the 1-to-1 technology program is of the highest standard. He is passionate about exploring new technologies and finding inspiring ways to enhance teaching and learning with hands-on experiences. Tim leads a variety of workshops for students, teachers, and parents to ensure that everyone can access all the resources available in a modern classroom.