Help Explaining George Floyd’s Death and Why It Matters To Your KidsWith
Help Explaining George Floyd’s Death and Why It Matters To Your Kids
ParentTV expert Jason Gibson had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Chris Townsend who has a PhD in Rehabilitation Counseling & Counselor Education and is currently working as an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech…4 Episodes
Managing Technology in the HomeWith
Managing Technology in the Home
In this course Jason Gibson talks through some extreemly practical strategies every parent can implement right now to ensure that technology is making family life better not worse. Technology is…12 Episodes
How early learning educators can help shape behaviourWith
How early learning educators can help shape behaviour
Educators have an ideal opportunity to help shape the behaviour of the kids in their care. With their knowledge, skills and understanding of children and their needs, they're uniquely placed…1 Episodes
Questions from Kids About Coronavirus AnsweredWith
Questions from Kids About Coronavirus Answered
Jason Gibson answers questions asked by children around what is happening in the world about Coronavirus. In these videos, Jason is talking to kids about these questions and recommends that…5 Episodes
Working as a team with parents, directors and other educatorsWith
Working as a team with parents, directors and other educators
As an educator, part of your role is to work effectively with other stakeholders in a child's education and life. Jason Gibson discusses how to calibrate your communication, expectations and…1 Episodes
Coronavirus for parents
As schools and childcare centres around the world close their doors in response to the coronavirus, it can be easy to think of it like a summer holiday, or some…
Supporting children during times of unrest
With everthing happening in the world right now it can get overwhelming for our children to understand. In this video ParentTV Jason Gibson explains how to best support your children…
Should I or shouldn’t I? Helping your kids learn how to make decisions
Jason Gibson talks us through ways we can help our kids learn to make good decisions and outlines the questions they should ask themselves to determine what is right for…
What to do when your child or teen is making bad decisions
As a parent, it’s very difficult to watch your child muck up or make poor choices. What do you do? Do you rescue them, try to fix it, intervene before…
Is there more correction, direction or connection in your parenting right now?
As parents, it can be really hard to reflect on our own parenting and whether we strike a good balance between correcting, directing and connecting with our kids. In this…
The high-five method: Helping your kids to make a better choice next time
When you’re hung up on correcting your kids’ behaviour, it can be hard to remember that you’ve also got the opportunity to teach them how to make a better choice…
How to put safety fences around technology use
In this video, Behavioural Specialist, Jason Gibson, talks us through some areas of our kids’ and teens’ technology use that are important to put fences (boundaries) around.
What to do if your child won’t talk to you about their technology use
If your child doesn’t want to have a mature conversation about their technology use, they may not be mature enough for the tech itself... Here’s how to broach it with…
Three Reasons parents don’t address problematic technology use
Jason Gibson has met many families where kids’ tech use has spiralled out of control and become a major problem. Here’s how it happens and what to do about it.
How to make a plan for technology
Behavioural Specialist, Jason Gibson, talks about how making a plan with your child or teen to guide your responses when something goes wrong can be hugely beneficial to you both.
What to do instead of technology
Sometimes, getting kids off their devices is a monumental battle. Here’s Jason Gibson's strategy for making it a little easier to provide good alternatives.
How can I make snack times less stressful?
Snack time is one of those things that can be ridiculously fraught. Dealing with fussy eaters, kids eating out of boredom, constant requests for junk food or for parents to…
Why do I keep seeing adults acting mad and sad?
You may see your parents or carers being sad or mad, this is why.
Coronavirus for Teens
Your parents might be wanting you to watch this, or maybe you are interested in what is going on in the world at the moment. Regardless of the reason, Jason…
How do I stop my siblings getting on my nerves?
How to deal when your siblings are getting on your last nerve.
I don’t know what’s going on and it feels scary?
It can be hard for a little person to understand what is going on, especially when there is a lot of panic. Jason explain what is going on and why…
Why do I feel sad and tired all the time?
Why you might be feeling tired and sad during this time of uncertainty and isolation.