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Netiquette refers to good manners on the internet and treating other people on the internet as you would like to be treated yourself. Children may not realize that they can accidentally offend someone online. Unfortunately, some people use the internet and/or mobile phones to upset or harass others. This is […]

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  …And you’re the captain of the team. One of the mental hurdles we have when thinking about our children’s security is imagining that someone out there would want to hurt them. So we sort of plod along as parents – thinking that there’s plenty of time for all that […]

Your Child’s Security is a Team Sport




As of September 2015, 87 percent of teachers surveyed by Harris Poll don’t use social media in the classroom. However, many educators find social media to be a helpful tool in learning: “I have found the quietest students in my class speak the loudest on social media.” –Gail Leicht, 8th grade Language […]

How to Ease Into Social Media in the Classroom ~Guest ...


Hello from Ibbleobble! So tell me more about Ibbleobble… Ibbleobble is a unique series of educational Apps that encourage children to celebrate being different. Ibbleobble aims to help 4+ year old’s widen their vocabulary, strengthen their problem solving abilities and heighten their word and number association skills. The different levels of difficulty encourages […]

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January is recognized as International Child-Centered Divorce Month. The entire month is dedicated to helping parents minimize the negative effects of divorce on children€“ by giving them the tools and resources they need to support their kids during and long after a divorce. Throughout January divorce attorneys, mediators, therapists, financial planners, […]

International Child-Centered Divorce Month in January Features Complimentary Advice, ...