If you’re a parent or educator of a college-bound teen then you understand the importance of making sure your teen has found the right school for them. We reached out to 3 college experts and ...
By better communicating with your kids about interacting on social media, you can help keep kids safe and prevent dangerous situations. Learn from an expert at the South Carolina Attorney General’s office who offers his 5 top tips for keeping kids and teens safe online.
Industry expert Kevin Shahbazi shares his best tips for teaching teens how to be safe online. His tips include how to protect passwords, how to safely and legally download content from the Internet, and how to keep your identity private.
We reached out to 6 experts for their best tips on screen time for kids. Learn how encouraging students to use social media for good, teaching students to make good judgements online, and setting time limits, can lead to productive screen time for kids.
We asked digital-media professionals for their best teen social media safety tips. Learn how to use tools to monitor your teen’s online footprint, the benefits of becoming a tech savvy parent, and how to have open communication about social media safety with your kids.
Whether parents speak English or Spanish at home, there is a universal way to help your kids to stay safe online and use social media responsibly. Learn tips you can share with parents in your school about raising students to be good digital citizens.
The Ogle app automatically searches your location for nearby schools when downloaded. Learn how students are using this anonymous app, why the media only has negative things to say about it and what you can do if your teen has it.
How do you talk with kids and students about making smart choices and being safe online? We asked four experts for tips on engaging teens and tweens about cyber-bullying; how social media can affect self-esteem; using screen time wisely; and how the reputation kids create online will impact their future.
The college admissions process is a great opportunity for teens to take the reins and direct the process themselves. Learn how to start building your college admissions assistance team and why high school counselors, friends and coaches make some of the best team members.
College admissions experts offer tips for surviving and succeeding in the college admissions process, including starting early, tracking accomplishments, and how to make yourself known to your schools of choice. They also explain an awesome new tool for future applicants and their parents: The Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success.
There’s so much bad publicity these days about kids and social media. But there are also kids and teens out there using social media in positive ways that show you’re never too young to make a difference. Learn how these 5 teens used social media for good deeds.
The Wishbone and Slingshot apps allow users to compare anything and vote for their favorite choice. Learn what the news has to say about these apps, why you should care and what you can do if your teen or student has these apps.
The iPhone’s Guided Access mode is great for protecting your phone when your young child is playing with it. You can temporarily lock the phone into one approved app—including blocking buttons within the app you don’t want them to press. Learn how Guided Access can prevent against accidental sabotage.
Our friends at MediaLeaders interviewed four High School students and asked them to give us teen Snapchat tips at the Digital Growth Summit. Learn why teens love that parents can’t monitor Snapchat messages, the negative consequences of teens using Snapchat and find out if teens are “screenshotting” Snapchat content.
Teen Nicholas Lowinger started Gotta Have Sole after seeing kids at a homeless shelter with shoes that didn’t fit or were falling apart. The foundation has since given new footwear to 45,000 kids. Learn Nicholas’ secrets, including a social-media campaign that got people all over fired up about helping the homeless.
We asked a School Resource Officer for his best tips to keep kids safe online. Learn how becoming social media savvy, modeling positive online behavior and promoting the use of social media can impact your student or teen.