Parents want to ensure that their children are making wise choices when they post online–and above all–they want to encourage their children to use social media in a way that won’t have a negative effect on their reputation. In this post, learn how students can avoid oversharing on social media.
Many of us overlook the content we post on social media, which can be used to by hackers to gain access to our identity and personal information. Learn the top 3 social media activities that put you at risk, how to avoid making a security mistake on social, and more.
When it comes to learning responsible social media and internet use, kids are best guided by observing positive behaviors. Learn how to set a good example for kids online, which apps to avoid, and how to encourage your teen to monitor their online footprint.
Many parents and educators want to teach students how to post in an authentic manner to tell a balanced story online. Learn how to mentor novice users on how to be online, how students can vent in a positive way, and what to avoid posting when applying to their college.
Having an open and positive dialog with your children about online safety is more effective that any monitoring app on the market. Learn how talk to kids so that you help create better digital safety and more awareness around digital safety.
Everyday there is a new app or network that gains popularity among teens and parents/educators can sometimes struggle to keep up. In this panel discussion, 6 experts share their best tips for becoming tech savvy including, how to manage new technology, techniques for talking to digital natives, and more.
We updated this Snapchat Parent App Guide to help parents and educators understand this popular app that kids are using. Learn how students are using Snapchat, how you can use the app as a family, and what you can do to ensure your student is safe on Snapchat.
ZeeMee is a free app that allows students to showcase themselves for college admissions, through photos and videos. Learn how students can utilize this app to shine online, how users can use the app safely, and what students can do online to stand out to college admissions.
Many parents wonder how to teach their children to have positive online etiquette. In this panel discussion experts share their best tips for responsible social media use including, how to have an online persona that is coherent with your offline persona, how parents can set a good example, and more.
With 73% of teens having access to a smartphone, many parents are trying to find safe and productive ways for teens to use smartphones. Learn safe smartphone use tips for students like: how to protect against basic security problems, tips for better communication, and how to handle safety risks.
In this panel discussion, 5 experts share their best advice for using digital technology in the classroom to engage and promote learning. Learn how to start incorporating tech in the classroom, how to work with students who have varied levels of tech knowledge, and more.
A recent study revealed that 91% of American teens use YouTube regularly. Learn 5 student YouTube best practices, like how to establish ground rules so your teen starts off on the right foot, how to make learning fun, and how to utilize free educational videos.