'Next Generation - The Psychology of Teens Online' Dr Barbie Clarke, Family Kids & Youth

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Youth marketing expert and child psychotherapist Dr Barbie Clarke will explore: what young people currently do online, forces for good – how the internet helps young people, identity search, …

Youth marketing expert and child psychotherapist Dr Barbie Clarke will explore: what young people currently do online, forces for good – how the internet helps young people, identity search, experimentation and friendship and peer influence online giving us views on what to expect from the next generation.
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  • 1. The psychology of teensonlineDr Barbie ClarkeFamily Kids and Youthwww.kidsandyouth.com
  • 2. Full service market research, market intelligence andanalysis on children and young people Combine academic research with ethnography, quantitative and qualitative research. Research with children and teenagers, parents and carers, and teachers. Team has background in psychology, psychotherapy, sociology, teaching.www.kidsandyouth.com
  • 3. Current StudiesDigital Kids and Youth Ethnography Digital Learning in Schools
  • 4. Teenagers – who are they?
  • 5. A time of transition And euphoria
  • 6. The age when friends become more important than adultsImage: partywounds
  • 7. Social networks are redefining howyoung people connect with their peers.
  • 8. Collecting Friends
  • 9. Where do I fit in The age when with the world? young people begin to explore their identity – who am I?Image: akuma_dl
  • 10. Identity is such a crucial affair that one shouldnt rush into it. David Quammen Many a man who has known himself at tenforgets himself utterly between ten and thirty. Catherine Drinker Bowen
  • 11. Things are different
  • 12. Exploring, sharing, experimenting
  • 13. Thank you!Dr Barbie Clarkebarbie@kidsandyouth.comwww.kidsandyouth.com