Schools nationwide promote Parent University to their parents to keep their community safe on social media
- This program gives parents videos to watch with their kids
- Students listen to an outside trusted expert and are more engaged
- Parents also get classes that bring them up to speed on the latest apps
Our blog features the latest digital safety tips
from over 200+ guest experts each year:
TBH stands for “to be honest”, and the tbh app is a social networking platform where users anonymously answer questions/polls about their classmates. Learn why this app is in our red zone, what other parents are saying about the tbh app, and what to do if your child has it.
Before giving them the keys to the car, parents teach their teen driving safety–and now that includes teaching digital safety. Learn how to teach your teen driving safety, how to discuss the risks of using their devices while driving, which safety apps can help, and more.
It’s important to have an open dialog with kids about Halloween safety, so that they can have fun and be safe. Learn how to prepare kids for Halloween by creating a walking route, teaching them to be aware of their surroundings, downloading safety apps, and more.
Amazon Rapids is a reading app for children ages 5 – 12 that is associated with a Parent’s Amazon account. This service is designed to make reading fun, boost reading confidence, and encourage creativity. Learn how parents can utilize Amazon Rapids to start a dialog with their children.
We sat down with a Board Certified Family Physician, to talk about five misconceptions that you might have about your teenagers when it comes to body image and “the sex talk”. Learn how to start a healthy conversation with your kids, how discussions help with body issues, and more.
It’s healthy for students to vent when they’re frustrated. However, if students vent online then their post can be discovered by their dream school or future employer. Learn why colleges care if students vent online, different ways that people vent online, and healthy ways to do so.
Google Hangouts is a messaging platform that is tied to your Gmail address. Users can message friends, start free video or voice calls, and start a conversation with one person or a group. Learn why Google Hangouts is a Gray Zone app, how kids can use it safely, and more.
Inappropriate activity on any app can have a negative impact on your child’s college and career opportunities. Learn how to find hidden apps on your child’s phone, why hiding apps is so dangerous for kids, and which apps to look out for.
Similar to Tinder, Bumble is a mobile dating app. However, on the Bumble app women must be the first to make contact. Learn why this app is in our Red Zone, how predators use this app to target victims, and what to do if your teen has the Bumble app.