Brett Kunkle, founder and president of MAVEN, has more than 25 years of experience working with junior high, high school, and college students. He came on the show this week to share his knowledge when it comes to raising students who use technology well.
Brett has also co-authored two great resources with John Stonestreet: A Practical Guide to Culture for the parents and A Student’s Guide to Culture for students. If you are in Southern California, don’t miss the MAVEN Adult Conference this coming February! The theme this year is “Helping Our Kids Navigate a World of Screens.” I hope you enjoy our discussion below.
Part 1: Navigating a World of Screens
Part 2: Practical Tolls to Guide You in this Digital Age
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