Digital Wellness in Schools

Digital Wellness in Schools

Technology offers students a world of opportunities, many of which are beneficial. Students can access information at the touch of a finger. They can also find ways to supplement learning and explore their interests. However, these benefits come with psychological,...
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...
Should Teens Be Screened for Depression?

Should Teens Be Screened for Depression?

Depression is a prevalent and pressing problem among young people between the ages of twelve and eighteen. Approximately 3.1 million people in this age group — as much as 12.8% of that population — have experienced depression, according to the American...
Teaching Responsible Technology Use in High Schools

Teaching Responsible Technology Use in High Schools

Now that social media and internet use are more ubiquitous than ever, it’s essential to teach and promote digital citizenship. As teenagers use computers more frequently in the classroom and at home, we need to teach responsible technology use in high schools....
Why Schools Should Teach Digital Citizenship

Why Schools Should Teach Digital Citizenship

Technological advances radically altered education. Gone are the days of scouring libraries for hours, as information is at students’ fingertips in mere seconds. The COVID-19 pandemic moved technology to a central role in the classroom, a change not likely to...

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