We provide social media safety assemblies and videos to High School, Middle School and PTA groups nationwide. We teach kids that you can shine online if you use our special formula to turn social media into a portfolio of accomplishments. Learn more about our social media safety assemblies designed for Teens and Tweens.
We caught up with Robyn Spoto, Co-Founder & President, MamaBear ...
We caught up with Robyn Spoto, Co-Founder & President, MamaBear Parenting App and asked her to share with us 3 tips to keep kids safe on their cell phones. Create a smartphone contract with your children. How can you ease your worry and protect your kids from too much access from their mobile devices? A […]
We created a Yik Yak App parents guide to help people understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What is Yik Yak App? Yik Yak acts like a local bulletin board for your area by showing the most recent posts from other users around you. It allows anyone to connect and share […]
We created a Whisper App parents guide to help people understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What parents need to know about the Whisper App. From Chicago Now Predators have been known to use the app to contact victims. Whisper reveals a user’s location, which can be dangerous. It makes easy […]
We created this Secret App parents guide to help people understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What is the Secret App? From Wiki Secret is an app that allows people to share messages anonymously within their circle of friends, friends of friends, and publicly. How does Secret differ from other anonymous […]
We created this Snapchat Parents Guide to help people understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What is Snapchat? From: wikiHow Definition: Snapchat is a messaging service that allows people to send photos and short videos to each other, called Snaps. Distinguishing feature: the photos you send disappear. Seconds after opening snaps, […]
We caught up with Devorah Heitner, PhD and asked her to share with us 3 tips to Raising Digital Natives. Ask your child before you share their image, and teach them to do the same w/ their friends. Asking permission sets up a very respectful relationship between you and your child. It shows that you […]
When it comes to social media, we all know that sharing information about ourselves can be fun. Having affirmation that your Facebook photos are cool and beautiful, or that something you Tweeted was retweeted multiple times, or that your latest Tumblr post was reposted again and again can be addicting. But, hazards can be overlooked […]
We caught up with our friend Michael Veenswyk, the CEO of Integritie and asked him to share with us 4 tips to end cyber bullying. Do Not Reply to the Bully Cyber bullies look for a reaction. Encourage your child not to reply and to make the choice of not giving power to the bully. […]
Our friend Aileen Menchaca shares with us 3 ways you can secure your webcam from hackers. She is the owner and creator of Peep Shield™ – A removable static sticker that covers your webcam. Update software and anti-virus/anti-malware on a regular basis New computer viruses crop up daily. Update your computer as soon as you […]
Haven’t we all had a similar experience? You’re out shopping with your BFF for a new pair of jeans, and you come out of the dressing room wearing a pair that’s too tight, too short, or just doesn’t fit in a flattering manner. “Hm, I think you’d look better in this,” your BFF says, handing […]
In today’s world of social networking and information sharing, both adults and kids often times forget to think twice about what they share online. Here’s a list of 7 topics teens should not share on social media. 1. Your Home Address Your real friends will know where you live because they have probably been to […]
Thank you to the dozens of teachers, principals and educators that joined our 25+ online safety experts for this Online Safety Summit. We discussed ways to keep teens and tweens safe on social media. Enjoy these videos and consider requesting us to host a social media safety assembly at your school. Identity Theft, Fraud, Cyber […]
Our friends at Greenbush partnered with local schools in Southeastern Kansas and hired Josh Ochs to give eight school assemblies in four cities in March 2014. Josh presented to more than 2,700 students in under three days. He shared with each of the students how they can be safe and smart on social media. Here’s […]
We caught up with Leonie Smith, The Cyber Safety Lady, and she was nice enough to share with us 3 of her cyber safety tips for parents. 1) Get educated: Attend a cyber safety meeting. Parent education needs to start early in a child’s life. From the moment your child is handed an internet connected […]
We caught up with Kim Maslin from 3103 Communications to ask her some social media safety tips for parents. She was nice enough to Skype with us from her home town of Perth, Australia and she shared these great suggestions with us on video.