Build Digital Citizenship

Free virtual event for parents, hosted by an Internet safety expert

Build Digital Citizenship With Family Tech Talk: Virtual Edition

We’re proud to support parent groups who are looking to help families use technology safely and responsibly. Through our free Family Tech Talk program, your group can have an expert from Trend Micro’s Internet Safety for Kids & Families program host an engaging Zoom presentation and Q&A for your school’s parents. From social media to online gaming, parents with kids of all ages can learn best practices to help them be on the Internet in safe and healthy ways, including tips and exercises they can use.

This free event is offered in multiple languages and also satisfies Title I parent and family engagement requirements.

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How This Free Program Works

1. Select an event date and time that works best
Choose an event date to host this Zoom event for your school’s parents. A Trend Micro representative will then reach out about a month ahead of your event.

2. Prepare for your event
Use the step-by-step planning guide, promotional materials, and free resources to download and share with parents.

3. An Internet safety expert will host the Zoom event
From TikTok to Roblox, parents will learn best practices to help their kids use the Internet in safe and healthy ways. These include tech tips as well as guidelines and exercises parents can use with their kids. Parents will also have the opportunity to raise their own concerns and ask questions.

Join the Movement

For more than five years, we’ve helped thousands of schools across the country host engaging Family Tech Talk Night events. Get your school involved and help educate families about the importance of digital citizenship and Internet safety for kids!

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Expert Q&A: Raising Kids in a Digital World

What PTO and PTA Leaders Say About Family Tech Talk Night

“This generated many conversations between parents and kids. I look forward to hosting this event yearly.”

—A. Gonzalez-Torres, Uplift Pinnacle, Dallas, TX

“Many of my parents are really on top of the tech situation at home, yet everybody admitted they learned something new. I did, as well!”

—C. Ogoe, Mahanay Elementary, Houston, TX

What Is Digital Citizenship?

Why You Need To Educate Your School’s Families About Digital Citizenship ASAP

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Still have questions? Call us at 800-644-3561; we’re here to help.