https://2018.hubweek.org/agenda/session/24694 Ideas Dome Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
City Hall Plaza (The HUB)
$[FREE w/ HUBweek GA Pass]
Business, Festivals & Fairs, Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, Social Good, Tech, University
New to HUBweek this year, the Ideas Dome Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA will feature a series of more than four dozen sessions taking place across five days, exploring how we can build a more inclusive and equitable future.
From official guidelines for little ones, to best practices for older kids and teenagers, we'll dive into common parent concerns about TV watching and children. How does TV affect the brain, how much is too much, and when and how do we set limits? If storytelling is good for emotional development, does it really matter whether it comes in the form of a book or a screen? And what is the impact of different kinds of programming, including violence on TV, and our everyday news cycles?
Gene Beresin, MD
Executive Director, The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds | Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital
Steven Schlozman, MD
Co-director, The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds | Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Ellen Braaten, PhD
Associate Director, The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds | Director, Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) | Associate Professor of Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Please note: all Ideas Dome sessions require a free HUBweek General Admission Pass to attend.
See a full list of all Ideas Dome sessions taking place throughout HUBweek 2018 chronologically sorted here.
As the official transportation of HUBweek 2018, Bluebikes will be offering $1 Rides throughout the festival. Bluebikes will also offer a bike valet service when you ride to The HUB at City Hall Plaza 🚲