Cursos de inglés: nuestra oferta académica

Los cursos de inglés que ofrecemos en KSE Academy abarcan todos los niveles de inglés: desde nivel de inglés A1 hasta C2, el nivel más alto […]

My response to the ‘vile pornography ring’

This week there has been more reports of abhorrent behaviours by young people, sharing nude photos of others, commenting, naming them, degrading them and passing […]

Internet contract for kids, tweens and teens

Having an internet contract is just one way of opening up the conversation about making good decisions online. I have done these again after many […]

Potatoe or Egg

Are you a Potato or an Egg? As a coach, I get to meet both young and old, men and women who on a daily […]

CLETeenHack — Coding for Community: Civic Engagement

The CLETeenHack – Coding for Community: Civic Engagement was a 9-week programming cooperative event for greater Cleveland area high school students that began on March […]

My week on snapchat: getting perspective for kids and parents

I have been talking to parents about Snapchat for a while now. After all, this is by and large one of the most popular apps […]

Reducing the road toll: Do boys listen to their mums?

Please note this is a sponsored post brought to you by Nuffnang and the Qld Govt. As a mother with boys who are fast approaching […]

7 signs social media is killing your kids self esteem (or yours)

Social media is killing our kids self esteem. And for many an adult too,it is wreaking havoc with their sense of self worth. With social […]

When kids make mistakes online: what should parents do?

We spend our days getting kids to recite “what goes online stays online” and “Be kind online”. All very relevant phrases that we want to […]

Safer Internet Day 2016: Parents play your part #SID2016

Tuesday 9th February is Safer Internet Day. This year over one hundred countries will come together to promote a safer internet through raising awareness, improving […]

Teachers, Teens and Social Media: Q&A with Danah Boyd

Among the hot topics at this year's EduCon 2.8 conference, kicking off Friday in Philadelphia, is a new book from researcher danah boyd on the […]

What a photo gone viral tells us about digital parenting

Recently I saw a photo from a content filtering company NetSanity on Twitter, had a little chuckle to myself, thought it relevant to my audience […]

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