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Kids' Cool Tech Toys Can Have Cyber Security Concerns

Parents often find themselves tempted to buy the greatest and latest gadgets for their children, but if these toys are “connected” or “smart toys” they’ll need to take additional measures.With...

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Removing Images from Facebook Just Got Easier

If someone you love is a victim of revenge porn, it is important to understand that they need your support. While there is plenty of victim blaming, both online and in print, try and be as supportive as possible at home.

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Are the Oldest Kids in the Class More Advantaged?

One of the biggest mistakes that parents make is they assume holding their child back will help with emotional and educational difficulties that emerged in kindergarten. Early intervention is crucial and needs outside professional input rather than just a mere repeating of an academic grade.

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The 10 Warning Signs of Cyberbullying

It has been reported that up to 43% of children have been victims of cyberbullying at some point in their lives. And up to 58% of those kids have NOT told their parents. It’s important for parents to pay attention to their children’s behavior, both on and off their devices, in order to be aware of and help to prevent such situations.

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Online Homework Distractions & How to Stop Them

Obviously, the internet is an amazing tool and now most school assignments are done online or require the internet to complete. It’s opened up the world of education, but has also created a constant distraction for students. Multi-tasking seems to be the new norm...

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15 Tips for Kids Viewing the Solar Eclipse

While annular eclipses are common, the odds of being in an area to witneass a total solar eclipse makes this a once-in-a-lifetime experience. If you have the opportunity to travel to an area that will experience a total solar eclipse, do it!

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Learning in the Age of Digital Distractions

Likened to an addiction, which we’re no strangers to in the digital sense, authors Dr. Adam Gazzaley and Dr. Larry D. Rosen highlight the positive effects of information foraging (goal setting), as well as the negative consequences (information inundation serving as a hindrance or distraction).

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Not Your Traditional Back-to-School Tips

Yes, you still have to buy the kids new shoes, dispense the weekly lunch money and meet your twin daughter’s science teacher; however, you will be ahead of the game if you clearly communicate the family’s CCC plan.

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