Instead of completely virtual learning, students will experience a variety of ways that they’ll be returning to classrooms, online or in person. What became so common last year - dining room tables instead of desks, talking on video chat instead of at lockers - will only continue to adapt and change, but luckily kids are resilient!
Good Digital Parenting recognizes the need to continue supporting parents through what is still an uncertain time and an unusual start to the school year. We’re featuring guidance from digital parenting experts to help families make a smooth transition back to academics.
Starting safety conversations are most important at the beginning of a new school year so everyone can start fresh with aligned expectations. Check out tools like our new Family Online Safety Agreements for families with children ages 13 and under, and teenagers, and get ready to talk with kids through the best solution to topics like screen time, accessing online content, social media, and more. This teachable moment is the first of many this school year.
Join us now and throughout September for expert advice to help make 2021 a great year for learning. You’ll find content here that focuses on educational tech, tips for routine, virtual learning, staying safe on remote learning platforms, and more. Welcome back to school!