Teen Girls Need To See Through Fake News
The internet and social media is saturated with inaccurate news, sensationalised stories, pristine paparazzi photos, instacelebs and high profile influencers. It is a hyper connected, seductive, media world we live in.
Our digital savvy teen generation teach us how to screen shot and swipe left. But we need to teach them to become their own fact finders first. Let's empower our youth to think creatively and critically about what we see, hear and read.
In this workshop you'll learn how to start this conversation, along with strategies and tools to empower our youth to confidently navigate their always on media world, make informed choices and embrace their own unique identity.
This workshop is for parents, carers, educators and teachers of teen girls. And teen girls themselves. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the workshop.
Helen Roe is the author GirlTribes.