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Back-to-School Digital Life Conversation Starters

Check out an interesting graphic filled with back-to-school digital life conversation starters over at the Platform for Good website. You can also download a PDF with a larger image to post at home near a work area or on the refrigerator. 177 more words

21st Century Learning

Teaching Kids to Search Well and Evaluate What They Find

My post, Back-to-School Research Tip: Help Your Child Use Curated Online Databases, is posted over at the Platform for Good website. It describes strategies that parents and educators can use to help children understand more about quality searching and help 21st Century kids become better evaluators of their search results. 135 more words

Parents And Technology

"We actually want parents to be very aware of what the children are doing online"- Ms. Noopur Raghunath, Founder, Certus Technologies

Ms. Noopur Raghunath, Founder, Certus Technologies shares her views with technuter.com on child monitoring app eKAVACH:
Could you please tell us about eKAVACH?
Suppose your child is downloading an application which is not suitable for his age group. 8 more words

How Quickly Do New Apps Gain Kids’ Attention?

As we get ready to return to school for the 2014-15 academic year, my thoughts turn toward the digital life changes that I’ll observe in the lives of my 21st Century students when we come together in September. 267 more words

Parents And Technology

Fight the Bully: What Parents Can Do

I get asked a lot of questions. Seriously, I’ll show you my inbox sometime. It’s truthfully one of the best parts of my job, being able to impart wisdom that I have picked up from over five years of travelling around the United States and talking with people. 595 more words


Teaching Internet Safety: It Takes A Village

There’s a quiet debate taking place in the hallways of schools across the country – no – around the world. Who is responsible for teaching kids about Internet Safety? 1,874 more words


Dear Parents - why is your child on Instagram...?

Dear Parents of Under 13 Year Old Children With Instagram Accounts,

Are you okay with your child lying? I guess you are.
If they will lie about their date of birth for social media when they are 8-12 years old, what about drinking alcohol when they are 13 to 17 years old? 222 more words