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Family Social: Creating Practices for Healthy Screen Time
February 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
What do we mean by Healthy Screen Time? How might we design home and remote learning with Healthy Screen TIme in mind?
Thursday, February 4th (8-9 pm CDT/CST), Join Bennett Live for a conversation with Dr. Kelly Page, Director of Bennett Labs and Creator of Bennett Live for a Family Social on Creating Practices for Healthy Screen Time.
Since campuses closed in March 2020, and we launched Bennett Live, we’ve been very focused on developing truly healthy screen and project-based learning options for families at home. In this family social, we are sharing some of our learnings on healthy screen time and how to develop practices for healthy and creative screen time at-home learning.
Learn about the design of learning for healthy screen time and project-based learning at home, and ways to build daily home learning and healthy screen time practices.
ABOUT DR. PAGE
Kelly Page, Ph.D. is Director of Bennett Labs and Creator of Bennett Live, at Bennett Day School. A social and digital innovator, entrepreneur, educator, and learning consultant, Kelly has a Ph.D. in the Psychology of Web Knowledge and an obsession with learning innovation and social storytelling. Kelly believes that innovative and entrepreneurial thinking is at the heart of creating truly social cultures, organizations, and leaders.
Kelly has over 18 years of experience working at the intersection of social innovation, social design, and the learning of mediated social experiences for Startups, Universities, Schools, and School Districts, to Fortune 500 companies. Her work has been featured in Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, been published in leading peer-reviewed academic business, education, and technology journals, and she has been invited twice to the TEDx stage.
Director of Bennett Labs (2019 – ) a learning innovation and development lab embedded in the life of Bennett Day School, in West Town Chicago, Dr. Page served as the Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) and a Research Fellow in Residence (2017-2019) at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA) and is the founder and curator of the social initiative Grateful4Her and the social design studio and creative group, Live What You Love, LLC. She also serves as a team lead consultant for the Arts and Business Council (A&BC) of Chicago, and is an Ageless Innovator, with the Chicago Innovation Network (ChicagoInno).