MSU Extension Offers eParenting Classes Online
Teton County, MT, January 6, 2017– Montana State University Extension has partnered with University of Wisconsin-Extension to deliver “eParenting® High-Tech Kids,” which provides ideas on using digital media to stay close to children and strengthen family relationships.
Beginning mid-January and running through mid-June, weekly emails will describe short, practical and positive tips on parenting and using digital media with children. The short emails will contain links to more resources for parents. A parent who participated in Montana last year said, “"It helped me realize that I am not the only parent having these issues with my children and it offers strategies that can get you back on track with teaching and helping your child develop into an adult.” Another parent added that the messages “reminded me to take a minute to simply reflect on being purposeful in my parenting whether technology was involved or not."
To learn more about eParenting, watch the video HERE.
MSU Extension is a statewide educational outreach network that applies unbiased, research-based university resources to address community needs. Visit msuextension.org for more information.
For more information, contact Jane Wolery with MSU Extension in Teton County at firstname.lastname@example.org, (406) 466-2492.