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Sean Braacx
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Sean Braacx

Technology Vancouver, CA
I am the founder of Whys Learning, a website with activities for families, that help teach social skills – empowering the parents, not replacing them. Personally, I am a dad and a husband, striving to grow in both these roles. Professionally, over the past 10 years I have been working on creating websites and mobile applications in various fields. My goal is to help parents do the same thing I am doing, prepare their children for the future!

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Dad & Founder @ Whys Learning
Qualifications:
  • Electronic Engineering @ British Columbia Institute of Technology
  • Business Administration @ British Columbia Institute of Technology
  • Product Manager @ QuickMobile
  • Manager, Product Management @ airG
  • Freelance Web Dev
Working for:
Whys Learning ( whyslearning.com )

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  • Questions 0
  • Answers 7
  • Followers 4
  • Follows 0
  • Votes given 2
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13Jan

A bit of a loaded question. Let me rephrase the question. _ Can _**_(any device)_**_ improve children's academic performance?_ By wording the ...

23Dec
Do you have any book suggestions for a 12-year-old?

Around that age I loved Enders Game. As it is now a movie you can always go and watch it after!

23Dec
5 awesome online activities for families

Whys Learning is a website with fun activities you play as a family that teach social skills. The activities are focused on ages 3 - 10 and teach ...

22Nov
Does tech usage in your home have a negative effect on the time you spend with each other?

Although my son is young, my wife and I work from home and notice that technology can have an effect on our relationship with him and each other. ...

07Nov

Using technology is definitely not the goal for any kid. Designing, creating, collaborating, critiquing, reflecting, respecting others' opinions are ...

07Nov
How does technology make children good readers?

I love reading, and one of the biggest reasons for this is that my parents love reading and made this part of our family life. They read us stories, ...

07Nov
How will Twitter change after today's IPO?

Twitter will not materially change after the IPO today, at least not immediately. Twitter is trying – like many other web based companies that offer ...

30Oct
Has technology made any impact on your child's development?

Hi Carina, I have answered your survey, just wanted to say that the biggest impact on my son (almost one year old) has not been his use of technology ...

29Oct
Do you have any favourite outdoor places to go for a walk with your children?

We are blessed to live by a number of parks in Vancouver, and take our son walking there regularly. Often we will stop at the playground and take him ...

28Oct
Can apps encourage children to play outside?

Before answering this question specifically, I would like to answer this more general question "Can an app encourage offline behaviour?" Definitely! ...

Q: Do you have any book suggestions for a 12-year-old?

A: Around that age I loved Enders Game. As it is now a movie you can always go and watch it after!

3 years ago

Q: Does tech usage in your home have a negative effect on the time you spend with each other?

A: Although my son is young, my wife and I work from home and notice that technology can have an effect on our relationship with him and each other. ...

3 years ago

Q: How does technology make children good readers?

A: I love reading, and one of the biggest reasons for this is that my parents love reading and made this part of our family life. They read us stories, ...

3 years ago

Q: How will Twitter change after today's IPO?

A: Twitter will not materially change after the IPO today, at least not immediately. Twitter is trying – like many other web based companies that offer ...

3 years ago

Q: Has technology made any impact on your child's development?

A: Hi Carina, I have answered your survey, just wanted to say that the biggest impact on my son (almost one year old) has not been his use of technology ...

3 years ago

Q: Do you have any favourite outdoor places to go for a walk with your children?

A: We are blessed to live by a number of parks in Vancouver, and take our son walking there regularly. Often we will stop at the playground and take him ...

3 years ago

Q: Can apps encourage children to play outside?

A: Before answering this question specifically, I would like to answer this more general question "Can an app encourage offline behaviour?" Definitely! ...

3 years ago

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