Parents & Teachers
There is a world of learning opportunities that comes with today's social media. As soon as your child is using a computer, a cell phone or any mobile device, it’s time to talk to them about online behavior, safety, and security. Below is a guide to help parents and teachers talk with children about being online.
If you are looking for some great resources for your children, be sure to check out the guide to 21st Century Learning below.
Below is a book that shows students how to best protect themselves when socializing online.
Information about parents’ rights under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
Tips for chatting with kids about being online
Tips for parents whose teens use social networks
Tips for parents about how to prevent or stop cyberbullying
Tips for parents whose kids use mobile phones
Tips for talking to your kids about texting on their phones
Tips for talking to kids about computer security practices, phishing, P2P file-sharing and apps
Parental control options for parents who want to monitor or limit their kids’ online activity
Tips for talking to young kids about being online
Tips for talking to teens about being online
Tips for talking to tweens about being online
Tips for parents whose kids may be accessing online worlds intended for adults