3 Online Scams Aimed at Children
It’s especially challenging for children to recognize online scams. They simply don’t have enough experience online. Often, they won’t even realize that something is wrong until it’s too late. That’s why it’s incredibly important for parents to teach their children about potential scams and the red flags that can signal things aren’t quite right. Here are three online scams you should know about.
8 Signs Your Child Might Be a Victim of Cyberbullying
Would you know if your child was a victim of online bullying? What signs would you look for in your teen? There are actually many signs that can indicate children are being cyberbullied. You may see emotional, physical, and mental symptoms. Here are eight of the most common.
Proper Parental Etiquette on Social Media
“Mom, that’s so embarrassing! I can’t believe you posted that cheesy comment to my profile picture!”
When Is the Right Time to Introduce Your Kids to Social Media?
Obviously, children are lying about their ages to get on these platforms. It begs the question: when is the right time for children to start using social media? Is it okay for them to log on before their 13th birthday, or should they wait until they are much older?
Online Communications: What Parents Need to Learn
Fast developing Internet technologies give its user the spectrum of communication modes with most of them requiring no special advanced computer skills.
Tips for teens in a digital world
Today childhood and technology go hand-in-hand: with many parents feeling like tablets and smartphones have become extensions of their children, could I go so far as to say our kids sometimes seem like cyborgs – plugged in and absorbing data at an impossible rates of speed.