Don't just give your child a new piece of technology without establishing some rules. Check out these DIY device contracts for parents and children:
As educators, healthy boundaries help a school flourish. Policies and rules should be honored and respected – but also revisited. Reflections and revisions on best practices help educators grow, evolve and have a clear direction for their goals and intentions.
With summer upon us, our kids will (hopefully) be heading outdoors. But chances are they won’t be going anywhere without that little companion in their pockets: their mobile phones.
When handing down technology, the previous user needs to do a thorough review of the device to be sure that any previously downloaded apps have been deleted.
We need to help our elderly population, and provide them with easy-to-follow guidelines and best practices so that they know what to do in case they lose their smartphones or, worse yet, experience a security breach. Here are 10 smartphone and online safety tips for the seniors in your life.
Emojis are fun and put on a new twist on communicating, but it can sometimes be unclear what these emojis really mean. Here is an overview of some of the more common emojis and how they can be interpreted.
Your phone goes with you everywhere and has a lot of information about your location. But you can control which apps have access to your location services, this video will show you how.
Through countless apps you can send money directly from one bank account to another without banks even being involved. Learn what each type of payment app means and explore the differences to choose which payment app would work best for you.
Believe it or not, it is possible for teens to be productive while using their phone. Check out these 8 apps that promote productivity.