Through the use of technology, teachers ensure classroom success by providing students with educational experiences tailored to their individual learning styles.
By creating clear guidelines about what information should be shared online, you can teach your children how to be good digital citizens — and how to keep themselves safe.
In most states, teachers are designated as mandatory reporters. This means they’re legally required to report suspicions of child abuse and neglect. Here, we examine federal and state standards for reporting abuse.
It’s a fact: your kids need to use the computer. Keeping that computer in a common area can help you protect your children from predators, bullies and harmful online behavior.
The internet can be a distraction from homework. It can also help students boost their productivity, comprehension and study skills, leading to academic achievement.
From geolocation to phishing to spyware, the digital world is full of threats to our online safety. By learning about these dangers, we also learn to avoid them.
Anonymous social media platforms can give teens a safe space to freely express themselves. Even so, teens – and parents – need to be aware of potential dangers.
Parents, teachers, and administrators have long been dedicated to making sure students feel safe in the classroom. The question is, however, if we’re also making sure students are safe using the internet in class.
Teens and young adults are the group most likely to be the victims of revenge porn. It’s important to teach teens to be careful and wary when online — even if they’re communicating with someone they love.
Cyberbullying has become a major issue for teens, especially in middle school. A study done by Intel Security showed that in 2014, 87% of children had witnessed cyberbullying. Delete Cyberbullying, a group who seeks to stop online harassment, says that online...