Cyberbullying is any form of bullying that takes place using electronic devices. In this app guide we walk you through the top ways kids cyberbully each other and signs that your student is being cyberbullied. Learn how students and parents can work together to prevent cyberbullying. Want to become a social media safety expert? Fill […]
Many educators and college admission officers recommend that students start building their positive online presence while they’re in high school. So, we asked 4 experts to share their best tips on YouTube for students who want to shine online for college admissions.
Many parents are looking for ways to keep their children safe on Instagram and Snapchat. Learn how you can teach children how to be responsible online, what to do if your teen shares too much personal information online and how to discuss Instagram and Snapchat safety.
Since Minecraft is the best selling PC game of all time, many parents are asking “what is Minecraft?” So we created this parent app guide to help make you an expert on the game, it’s privacy settings, and ways to challenge your child to use Minecraft positively.
The most important thing about screen management for kids is maintaining a healthy connection with your child – which can be difficult with everything that we have going on in our lives. Learn how to limit technology use by empowering your children to make their own choices and creating learning opportunities.
Many parents have no knowledge of the social platforms that their kids are using. Learn how parental supervision techniques like discussing social media, having consistent family dinners and creating a set of social media rules can keep your family safe online.
Setting family expectations for devices is easier said than done. In this post Dr. Pletter shares the keys to creating a social media contract for your family. Enforcing device guidelines and encouraging your child to think before they post are just two ways to ensure your family is safe online.
Teach kids how to use digital devices in a healthy way instead of using these tools as a way to “check out” from the daily activities of life. Learn how having face-to-face communication, disconnecting and helping teens find their strengths can help teens overcome digital device addiction.
Parents living in the digital world wonder how much they should care about their child’s online presence and how they should show concern. Learn how to have a dialogue with your child, build your expertise and model positive ways to communicate using technology.
Many parents have asked, what is digital citizenship? So we created this guide and short video to walk you through digital citizenship and the steps your student can take to shine online. Learn when your student should become public and how they can become good digital citizens.
Students who are applying for jobs almost always start by submitting an application online so having a positive online presence is necessary. Experts share tactics on how to leverage videos to personalize your applications, how to monitor your social media, and how to find your niche.
For teens who want to build a positive online reputation for scholarship applications, it’s important to start with a solid foundation. Learn what advisors are looking for in scholarship applicants, how to keep a running list that helps build your online portfolio and how to become more Google savvy.