Managing Online behaviours: Controlling the narrative in difficult times

These times of change, unrest, polarising opinions, differing experiences and general feelings of uncertainty and anxiety, have left many people turning to social media to […]

Cyberbullying

Photo by Elina Krima from Pexels While parts of the world reel and burn, while countries quietly or more willingly shrug off social outrage, while most of the […]

Safer Internet Day 2020: what can you do?

“Shouldn’t parents be paying closer attention to what their kids are doing online?” “When I speak to the school Principal, they say they have no […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Charts, Graphs, and a Message

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

A letter from Santa for your new device

If your child is lucky enough to be one of the many children who will be receiving a new device, tablet or gaming console this […]

Building kids self esteem for greater digital wellbeing

As so much of a young persons social world revolves around their online feeds and connections, it is any wonder that likes and comments soon […]

Helping kids manage group chats

Group chats can be a great way for a number of people to participate in an online conversation together. It can make organising events and […]

You, Me and the Bully

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels I wish I could say that schools are safe spaces. Spaces far from the bullying found in the workplace, on the streets and […]

Tellonym app: what parents should know

Tellonym is another app doing the rounds, part of a growing list of anonymous question and answer feedback apps.  Tellonym has been around since 2016 […]

Sexting, Sending Nudes and Image Based Abuse

What advice can we give for our kids to stop them sending nudes? Or if it’s too late and an image gets out, how do […]

How much screentime is too much? Ask these questions instead

When it comes to our children’s use of the screens the focus for many is to look at issues of overuse and concentrate on ways […]

Cyberbullying On the Rise in U.S. Schools, Federal Report Finds

The report found that roughly a third of middle and high schools reported disciplinary problems stemming from cyberbullying at least once a week or daily.

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