Even when you have helped your child respond to a cyberbully in a responsible way, the experience can be incredibly upsetting or even scary, for young children and teenagers alike. Use these tips to help your child develop the life skills needed to move on from this upsetting experience stronger, more confident, and more resilient.
When it comes to your connected teen don't get caught up in looking at the glass half empty. Instead realize that being connected provides a lot of great opportunities for your child.
How you can help your child handle a cyberbullying situation if and when it does happen. This is a difficult and scary time for adults and kids alike, but there are some practical steps you can take to help diffuse, and keep record of, the abuse.
A simple list of of conversations you can have and things you can do to set your kids up for success this year- digitally.
With geo-tags turned on, anyone can see exactly where your child posts from on a neatly drawn map. So if they are posting from places like their school, the theater they frequent, or your home, people will know how to find them. Use this step-by-step guide to turn off geo-tags.
The internet has incredible things to offer kids and teenagers. Parents play an essential role in protecting teens from online threats. Try implementing these 8 safety tips to keep your teens safe online.
Fill your tween's backpack with advice on using tech wisely towards academic success and positive online interactions.
Media literacy is much more than technological proficiency; it necessitates critical thinking, creative production, and civic engagement. Learn how to access, analyze, evaluate, produce, communicate, and act across print, object, electronic, and digital media forms.