How Schools Can Participate in Safer Internet Day

How Schools Can Participate in Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day is coming up on Tuesday, February 8th. Sponsored in the U.S. by ConnectSafely, a non-profit dedicated to “educating people about safety, privacy, security and digital wellness,” Safer Internet Day is an annual day of online security and...
Creating Classroom Guidelines For School Email Accounts

Creating Classroom Guidelines For School Email Accounts

At the beginning of each school year, teachers go over their syllabi and classroom rules. Now that technology is an integral part of every classroom, it’s essential to include guidelines about acceptable use, online learning, and other digital activities....
Digital Citizenship and Distance Learning

Digital Citizenship and Distance Learning

As students are currently taking classes online, it’s important that they know how to be responsible digital citizens. How can educators promote digital citizenship through distance learning? Here are a few ideas to help teachers get started. Hold Online...
Internet Safety for Distance Learning

Internet Safety for Distance Learning

Distance learning puts a lot of responsibility on the parent, and that goes farther than schoolwork. Homeschool parents have to go the extra mile to teach their children about internet safety. This can be especially beneficial since parents can monitor their children...

LearnSafe

Automated Student Computer Monitoring

Human Monitoring

Human Monitoring

Review and Alert

SEL Solution

Vivensity’s imSparked©

Tele-Mental Support

Remote Therapy Services