Autism is a complex disorder of brain development characterized by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication, and repetitive behaviors. Learn the best digital tips, tools, and apps that can help students on the Autism spectrum. Want to become a social media safety expert? Fill out the info below and we’ll send you our […]
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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.
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.
Get the best social media safety tips directly from Law Enforcement Officers. Learn how private features in popular apps can lead to dangerous online situations, how employers and college admissions monitor you on social media and how police departments are using social to connect with their community.
With so many parents asking what they can do to keep their children safe online, we asked experts to share their best online security tips to keep students safe. Learn how to become an empowered parent through tech and which tools are the best protecting your children online.
With most teens being technology experts, parents don’t know what to look for to keep their family safe online. In this panel discussion 6 experts share techniques for eliminating dangerous online behavior, how to empower your children to teach you about tech and examples for how you can use online activities to bond as a […]
More valuable than any monitoring system is a dialogue with your student about making productive choices during their screen time. In this panel discussion, experts share how to start a dialogue, how to find the right balance for students and ways families can use tech together.