Posts Tagged 'protecting kids online'

Hello readers! I believe that a new year is another opportunity given to us to rectify errors, start afresh, explore new territories and do something we have always meant to do but never had the time or heart to do. It makes for new experiences, and make life more interesting, don’t you think? As I […]

Today is an exciting day for educating the online family about privacy awareness. Not only is today Data Privacy Day– an international effort centered around “Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust,” but it’s also the day we’re releasing our new digital safety module for children ages 8-11 on Cybersecurity with Discovery Education, as part […]

There is a lot going on in the digital world these days and we don’t want you to miss the stuff that will help you raise amazing digital kids, have great family conversations . . . and maintain your post as the most tech-savvy parent at the water cooler (or in the bleachers). So here’s your curated […]

I’m not trying to be a Debbie downer. Really, I’m not. However, sooner or later you will see, uncover—or be informed of—your child’s less-than-wise behavior online. How can I predict this with such certainty? The simple fact that your child is a newer human in possession of a mobile device, traveling with a pack of […]

If you are looking for a trend that is here to stay then look no further than BYOD.  BYOD – which is short for Bring Your Own Device – has been gaining some traction in the workplace for some time now.  However in the last few years, Australian schools have also embraced the BYOD trend […]