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When kids understand the negatives and positives of social media – and regularly talk to their parents about them – they will be better equipped to use social media wisely.
ClassDojo for parents, teachers, and students is a free communication app. Learn how the ClassDojo app can serve as a tool to track student progress.
MomTalk is a video podcast with moms from the SmartSocial.com team sharing their latest research on how to keep students safe on social media.
Life360 Family Locator is a real-time location-sharing app that reports the location of users. Learn how families can use this app safely.
Using a password manager drastically reduces the possibility of your family becoming the victim of ransomware, identity theft, malware, phishing, and other cyber attacks.
Learn why you shouldn't share your passwords with your friends, how password sharing can impact your online reputation, and why a password manager is important.
In this resource, families will learn how to minimize screen time, read tips to encourage earning screen time, find examples of how to model positive behaviors and take a social media break, and more.
SmartSocial is excited to announce our new internship program for students ages 10-18.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Writing tools such as ChatGPT and JasperAI are popular with students for their novelty and entertainment value. Learn how to talk to students about these tools.
The TikTok Blackout Challenge involves teens choking themselves or holding their breath until they pass out and sharing videos of themselves doing this on their social media accounts.
There's a phenomenon in social media/online games called "Swatting." It's when someone makes a prank call to emergency services in an attempt to dispatch armed police officers to a particular address. Learn why swatting is dangerous and what you can do as a parent to keep your student safe.