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May 7, 2018, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
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Coffee Talk: Technology: Boundaries, Responsible Use, & How to Protect My Child

Monday, May 7, 2018

CUSD Board Room

201 Sixth Street

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With: Jon Moffat

Join Us and Learn How To 

  • Check privacy settings on your childs accounts and on-line profiles
  • Recognize the latest apps that could put you and your child at risk
  • Implement techniques around technology to better connect with your child
  • Create a realistic technology contract for your family

Jon Moffat has been working with youth for the past 18 years. During that time he earned a B.A. in Liberal Studies from Cal State San Marcos. He started as a Violence Prevention Coordinator for at risk youth. During that time he developed the Teen Cyber Educators Program, which trained youth to teach their peers, and their parents about digital dangers. The program then evolved into the Cyber Advocate Program. The Cyber Advocate program worked with schools to raise awareness about cyber harassment through a social marketing campaign, as well as worked with students, administrators, and parents recommending policy changes to the school board.  The program's curriculum is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest digital trends. To date the program has reached over 50,000 students, parents, teachers and school administrators. After his final grant ended he started his own consulting business at the end of 2012. Since then he has presented to over 100,000 people. His cyber programs are designed to get parents and kids on the same digital page.

Sponsored by Mullins Orthodontics


Mark Your Calandar for future Coffee Talks

  • September 2018: TBD
  • October 2018: TBD
  • November 2018: TBD
  • December 2018: TBD
  • January 2019: TBD
  • February 2019: TBD
  • March 2019: TBD
  • April 2019: TBD
  • May 2019: TBD

*In order to continue providing coffee talk events with qualified and dynamic presenters who incite dialogue about important issues in our community, we are asking for a suggested donation of $10.