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An Upcoming Event for Parents and Teachers in Victoria, BC
“The Neurological Impact of Technology and How We Can
Navigate Use at Home and at School”
Speaker: Paul Mohapel
Presented by Arbutus Global Middle School
- Do you notice young people having trouble concentrating for sustained periods of time?
- Do they have trouble spending long periods of time without their screens?
- Have you ever stopped and asked yourself about the impact of spending many hours on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or TV? How does it affect your young people’s brains and their ability to learn?
Please join us!
March 8, 2016
6.30pm, Arbutus Global Middle School
Donations kindly accepted from non-AGMS parents.
The session is intended to provoke thoughtful dialogue and more mindful approaches to using technology in the classroom and at home. Strategies to create more balanced and healthy interactions with technology will be explored. Topics covered include:
- The impact of screens, gaming, and internet on the young person’s brain.
• The myth and dangers of multitasking.
• Technologically burnout syndrome & attention deficits.
• The addictive properties of technology.
• Technological impact on learning and social skills.
• Promoting a more mindful approach in using technology in the classroom and at home.
Paul Mohapel is an educator at Royal Roads University with a doctorate in psychology/neuroscience. He is an active leadership researcher having published over 30 academic articles in leadership and neuroscience.
Please feel free to share this information. We’d love to see a big turnout and dynamic discussion on the topic!