BASS COFFEE MORNING: Digital Citizenship

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Tuesday, 25 October, 2016 - 10:30 - 12:00
Aston Hall, British Embassy
Members KRW 5,000, Non-members KRW 10,000

This month we will be joined by the British School's counselor Randi Burnes for an engaging conversation over coffee on "digital citizenship." We'll examine if we and our families use technology to improve our productivity, or if we allow it to impede our effectiveness.

Working and parenting in the digital age can be a difficult road to navigate, particularly when there are multiple devices. Randi will be addressing concepts to help us to master ownership of our digital devices, and to be able to apply these concepts in our personal, family, and work lives. This is especially relevant for parents with questions on the role of technology in their children's lives. Plan on leaving with more effective work/parenting strategies, and on being more in control of our technology-led lives!

Randi received her education in Psychology from the University of Oklahoma and her Masters of Education in School counselling from the University of Massachusetts. She is the current Students' counsellor at Seoul Foreign British School.

In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we encourage attendees to wear something pink as a reminder to keep themselves healthy and reguarly screened.

Advanced reservation required! Please sign-up for this event below.  Because of security at the Embassy, only those who have signed-up will be able to gain entry and please remember to bring identification with you.  We hope you will join us for what promises to be an interesting and engaging morning!

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