We provide digital citizenship assemblies and social media safety training to schools, educators and parents.

We show students 8-18 years old how to think about their future and use social media as a positive portfolio of accomplishments to shine online.

Social Media Safety Webinar for Parents 450
Social Media Bootcamp for Parents & Teens 450
Digital Citizenship Conference for Educators 450

Here are our latest digital teen safety tips:

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What is Twitter? A Parent Guide (Video)

We created this a parent’s guide to help you better understand What is Twitter, a popular app that Teens are using. What is Twitter? Tweets can be deleted, but some types of retweets won’t be removed from other’s profiles. Twitter is an online social network, which allows you to send instant messages (called Tweets) up […]

WhatsApp vs Kik Messenger

WhatsApp vs Kik Messenger – A Parent Guide (Video)

Thanks to our friends at PocketNow, who created a great video to show the difference between WhatsApp vs Kik Messenger, two extremely popular apps kids are using. How are kids using WhatsApp and Kik Messenger? WhatsApp WhatsApp is a mobile messenger that is similar to short message services (SMS). Much like your texting plan, you can […]

Facebook For Kids Parents Guide

Facebook For Kids – A Parent Guide (Video)

We created Facebook for kids, a parent’s guide video to help you better understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What is Facebook? Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. People use Facebook to stay connected with friends […]

Instagram Parent App Guide

What is Instagram? A Parent Guide (Video)

We created a parents guide for the Instagram app to help you better understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What is Instagram? Instagram is a free photo-sharing application that allows users to take photos, apply a filter, and share it on the service or a variety of other social networking services, […]

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What is Ask.fm? A Parent Guide (Video)

We created a parents guide for the Ask.fm app to help you better understand this new and popular app that kids are using. What do companies say about this app? Any kid over the age 13 years old can create an account. From Ask.fm You must be at least 13 years old to create an […]

Yik Yak app

What is the Yik Yak App? A Parent Guide (Video)

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 […]

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What is the Whisper App? A Parent Guide (Video)

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 […]

Secret App Parents Guide

What is the Secret App? A Parent Guide (Video)

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 […]

What is Snapchat

What is Snapchat? A Parent Guide (Video)

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, […]

Online Safety Club

3 Tips To Raising Digital Natives (Video Blog)

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 […]

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