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Josh sat down with a Parent University subscriber and a digital safety expert based in Sydney, Australia. In this podcast episode, learn how to keep your children safe online, how to talk about cyberbullying, the importance of education with communication, and communication tips to help start the conversation.
In order for social media to be used in a positive way it’s imperative that parents teach students about the effects of social media. So, we asked 5 experts to share some of the negative effects of social media and tips for having a healthy relationship with technology.
Our team is launching an anti bullying curriculum that schools and parents can use to protect students. This campaign will be a part of our Parent University program and will allow schools to educate parents and students on bullying prevention (and help correct an incident as it happens).
In this podcast, Josh sat down with Mona Merlo who is the principal of SATO Academy. They discussed digital safety topics kids struggle with, like the number of hours kids are spending on social media, things bullies say, what “just kidding” means to kids, and tips for parents when it comes to balancing screen time.
Do you have children that are in middle or high school? What preparations are you doing for their college application? In this podcast episode, we sat down with Neha Gupta who is the Founder & CEO of College Shortcuts to talk about the preparing for college in high school.
In this episode, Josh sat down with Alon Shwartz, Founder of the unGlue app. unGlue is an app that motivates your kids to know when too much screen time is happening. Alon and Josh spoke about screen time addiction, tips on how to manage screen time, and the app unGlue.
The SayAt.Me app is an anonymous website and app where users gather feedback from others. SayAt.Me encourages users to compare their self-image to other people’s opinions which can be damaging to a developing tween or teen which is one of the reasons why this app is in our Red Zone.
The Mojiit app is a social network where users create and share animated avatars using augmented reality. Some teens who don’t like the Snapchat update are using the Mojiit app instead but since the app uses geolocation we put this app in our Red Zone.
In this student-friendly episode, Josh Ochs talks to parents in The Covina-Valley Unified School District, teaching them how their kids can shine online. He shares some anti-bullying tips, good and bad apps, how to have a dialogue with your kids, online safety tactics, and more.
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