5 Things To Do To Avoid Passing On Fake News on Social Media | Awesomely Luvvie
Everyday, people post links of stories that are either inaccurate, out of date or just plain fake to Facebook and Twitter. Learn to find out what's real.
Parenting, Media, and Everything In Between | Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media improves the lives of kids and families by providing independent reviews, age ratings, & other information about all types of media.
5 Simple Steps to a Healthy Media Diet
Parent's Guide: watch Common Sense Media's 5 Simple Steps to a Healthy Media Diet advice video to help you make informed decisions with your children.
6 Resolutions Every Family with Young Kids Should Make in 2016
Strategies for choosing, managing, learning from, and enjoying a tech-and-media-rich world all year long.
How are all those screens changing kids' behavior? - CNN
In a recent op-ed in the New York Times, businessman and author Tony Schwartz offered an honest yet troubling account of what he calls his "addiction" to technology.
Technology Addiction: Concern, Controversy, and Finding Balance | Common Sense Media
This brief examines the latest scientific research about problematic media use, articulating its pervasiveness, forms, and possible impacts on youth's well-being and development, yielding some surprising findings and raising many more questions.
Social Media Apps Parents Should Know About
Learn the pros, cons, and best practices for the most popular social sites and apps your tweens and teens are using.
US parents largely unaware of what their children do online, research finds
New study points to a ‘digital disconnect’ between children and adults, with only 13% of teens thinking their parents understood the extent of their internet use
Digital Citizenship: Share Spam with Students - Teacher Tech
When possible, it is important that we educate our students on how to be safe on the web. Scammers are always out there trying to take your personal
Can one red line cut out cyberbullying? 'Reword' insults a tweet at a time.
Reword, a Google Chrome extension, prompts internet users to reconsider hurtful language they type on social media. Its creators hope it could become widespread in schools.
Researchers: Forget Internet Abstinence; Teens Need some Online Risk -- THE Journal
If adults want to help teenagers learn how to handle the big risks of Internet usage, the best thing we can do is let them get used to handling smaller risky online situations. That's the conclusion from a Pennsylvania State University research project that examined adolescent online safety.