How to Talk to Parents About Safety on School-provided Technology

More and more of today’s parents are digital natives who grew up with laptops, tablets and smartphones as part of their lives, so unlike previous generations, they often don’t need schools to explain to them the basics of how educational technology works.

Of course, when it comes to the hardware and software that their children are using in school, there still will be a lot of questions. For these parents, who have decades of experience with both the wonders and the pitfalls of technology, one topic that inevitably comes up is safety.

While it’s true that online safety begins at home and parents will always be their kids’ first technology teachers, schools certainly owe it to their parents to have an open dialogue about the safety of the edtech they’re providing. Here are a four tips for educators on how to tackle this tricky subject with parents.

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