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As parents and educators, we know that screen time can be a double edge sword. So, how can we teach students to use screen time productively while setting limits on screen time that has no value? In this blog post, experts share their best tips.
Instagram is one of the most popular apps for teens. And more than 1 billion users worldwide are now logging on to share photos, videos, stories, and now Reels. Click here to read our complete guide to Instagram, with new updates for 2020.
The Byte app lets users make and share short video loops. It launched in late January 2020 with a lot of online hype about its similarity to its predecessor, Vine. The Byte app’s popularity is now skyrocketing as TikTok’s future comes into question.
It might often feel like you’re competing with social media and the television to get your child’s attention. Read some great ideas for incorporating a tech-free fun night into the family’s weekly schedule.
With recent statistics showing that only 20-30% of students tell an adult when they’re being bullied, it is more important than ever for parents to teach them how to handle cyberbullying.
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