You-Who? is a monthly online chat show for tweens aged 8 – 12, hosted by Michelle Mitchell, and created by a team of awesome people who want the very best for your child.
Live Date: Wednesday 22nd March
Time: 6pm – 6.45pm AEST / 7pm – 7:45 ADST / 4pm – 4:45pm AWST
Cost: $20.00 AUD
My 2023 has started with a steady stream of emails from parents of tweens, really concerned about their child’s online experiences. I am hearing about vulgar language in group chats, inappropriate advertising on YouTube, and obsessions with gaming. One things is for sure – our kids need us by their side to help them navigate the online world.
In this episode I want to give your tween tools to help them have a happy and safe online experience. I will be talking about what to do if you come across anything rude, scary or nasty, why parents sometimes say ‘no’ and the tricks that companies use to make kids spend more time (and money) online.
Please note: This episode will be a very PJ version of what I usually present in schools for this age group. I will also include a few resources for parents will come in a follow up email after this episode.
There are two ways you can be a part of You-Who?
Once you complete your purchase, you will automatically receive an email containing a link to access the show. If you don’t receive this email, check your junk folder. If you are still having trouble, we are always here to help at email@example.com
We get daily requests from great teachers and all other sorts of caring professionals wanting to better equip kids with social and emotional skills. We’d love to help!!! P.S. Teachers, these episodes are a fun way to build a positive culture in your classroom. If you’d like to find out how to license You-Who? for your classroom enquire here.
You-Who? brings my best content directly to your home, giving you and your tween a fun, interactive and helpful online experience. If you’d like to check out past shows, upcoming episodes or live You-Who? events head here.
Thank you for having me, and my team, in your home, and thank you for helping us spread the word. You never know the difference you could make, or the impact you could have, by simply sharing.