Dr Kristy Goodwin on Raising Children in a Digital World 

Dr Kristy Goodwin is a leading children’s technology and development expert (and a mum!). She helps parents ditch the techno-guilt + raise happy, healthy kids who thrive online and offline.

Kristy takes the guesswork and guilt out of raising kids in the digital age by translating the latest research into practical and digestible information, tips, and tricks for parents so that they can feel confident and assured that they’re raising healthy, happy and balanced kids in the digital age.

“I arm parents with evidence-based information about how technology is changing the ways young children learn, develop and play. I’m on a mission to eradicate parents’ fears with facts about technology. I want to show parents how we can leverage it in ways that won’t damage their development.”

Dr Kristy Goodwin is a sought after speaker with an engaging and relatable style. With over 14 years of experience in education, ranging from work as a teacher to an academic and researcher, her talks are grounded in evidence and are practical and digestible. She loves to share cutting edge research about the positive and simple ways technology can be used with young children to enhance their development.

Please select your date and venue below to RSVP. This is a free event open to parents and the local community. Some of the events have reached capacity, so if you have already RSVP’d but can no longer make it please let us know so we can give the space to someone else


Tuesday 11 October
FULLY BOOKED
7-9pm
Kindalin Kellville Ridge
21 Conrad Road, Kellyville Ridge
p. 8824 3019

Thursday 13 October
7-9pm
Kindalin Frenchs Forest
18 Aquatic Dr, Frenchs Forest
p. 9451 5455

Monday 17 October FULLY BOOKED
7-9pm
Kindalin Cherrybrook Shops
Shepherds Drive,
Cherrybrook
p. 9980 6515


Please RSVP as numbers are limited.

Please complete the form below and include in the message which centre you are from or phone Chantelle on 0408 626 342.

In the interest of fairness we ask all parents attend without their children.

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