Marnie Goldenberg, a writer and educator, is the Sexplainer.
As a sexual health educator and parent, Marnie knows the new realities our kids are facing growing up in a technological and highly sexualized world.
Parents want and need help navigating conversations with teens and Marnie’s approach is honest, forthright and fun. She will touch on topics including developing sexual values, as well as covering issues like porn, sexting, consent, navigating sexual relationships and safe sex.
Join us in a conversation with Marnie to gain skills to help you confidently
talk to the important teenagers in your life.
For more information, watch Marnie’sTEDx talk & visit her website www.sexplainer.com
Kitsilano High School
Date: Wednesday March 1, 2017
Presentation: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
To register, visit HERE
April 23, 2015 PAC meeting featured an interactive presentation by The Cinematheque: an interesting, in-depth look at the subject of media literacy and our children.
The Cinematheque session offers a discussion-oriented, hands-on experience of what media literacy can look like in the classroom.
The Cinematheque education department offers media production, media literacy and critical thinking workshops for youth, educators and community groups across BC.www.thecinematheque.ca
Jesse Miller speaks on “Social Media Education & Awareness” Wed. May 18th 7pm
Social media and mobile communications have changed our world and the way our children communicate and socialize – are you keeping up with the changing technology? Are you comfortable parenting in the age of online communication?
The Kitsilano PAC is excited to have renowned social media expert and speaker Jesse Miller of Mediated Reality (www.mediatedreality.com) present to parents about the realities facing youth as they become social media users; what kids are really doing on-line and how parents can help keep their children safe. Jesse’s presentation will be followed by a question and answer period.
Date: Wednesday, May 18th
Place: Kitsilano Secondary School Gym
Cost: $10, buy tickets in advance by clicking here or at the door.
We welcome all Kitsilano parents and parents from surrounding schools to join us for this very important event.