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Are you a parent and wondering “How To Raise Successful Digital Citizen”? then you are in the right place. We are inviting all parents to subscribe and get daily parenting nuggets as part of the journey to raising children in a digital world.

The goal of this parenting coaching program is to provide new and exciting ways for parents to teach their children and youth how to be responsible digital citizens. It will not only educate parents but also the youth themselves on what it means to be a responsible digital citizen.

Raising Children to become Successful Digital Citizens is a key goal of Parenting today. Click To Tweet

Raising Children to become Successful Digital Citizens is a key goal of Parenting.

While the internet can be a great resource for children to learn; they must be taught how to navigate the web safely and responsibly.

Raising children to be successful digital citizens is a key goal of parenting today. The digital world provides us with so many opportunities for learning and development, but it’s important to teach children how to navigate these opportunities safely.

Technology has changed parenting in recent years, and this trend will continue. With the help of technology, parents can stay connected to their children everywhere they go and are always available to talk to them when they have questions.

Your child's digital life is important and it's crucial that they are prepared for it. Click To Tweet

It is therefore imperative that all parents and caregivers understand that our children’s digital life is important. Furthermore, it is crucial that they are prepared for it and this cannot be left to chance. As parents, you can help your child by providing them with the tools and resources necessary to navigate the digital world.

Today’s parents are more digitally savvy than ever before. With the help of smartphones, tablets, and laptops, parents can monitor their kids’ every move. Your child needs to have the tools and resources to successfully navigate the digital world.

By instilling good habits early, you can help your child become more independent and less likely to become a victim of cyberbullying or online harassment.

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Meet the Parenting Coach: Teaching on How to Raise Successful Digital Citizens

Yetty Williams is a sought-after speaker who has helped several individuals, families and organizations, on various matters such as parenting in the 21st century, work-life balance, digital citizenship and more.

Her daily nuggets on How to Raise Successful Digital Citizens will teach you

  1. How to navigate your parenting journey
  2. Best ways to bond with your children. How to reduce the tension that tends to come with raising children in the digital world.
  3. The importance of Intentional parenting.
  4. Ensuring that your parenting style and your child’s love language is in sync.
  5. How to navigate Parenting in the digital age and lots more. 

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We can all agree that Parenting in the digital age is quite challenging! There is a distraction at every turn. And digital media and the internet has changed the family dynamic in ways we cannot describe. However, to be an intentional parent you need to stay abreast of all the new trends; while also focusing on the values that your children need to navigate the ever-changing world.

With the daily Parenting nuggets, you will get 5-minute videos that deliver just what you need as a parent who is focused on raising successful digital citizens.

Subscribe to Yetty Williams Parenting nuggets to understand the importance of parenting styles, learn more on the child’s love language and impact of social media on children.

You can also read how to raise global citizens in today’s world and Parents Winning in A Digital World

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