Classroom Technology 3 Tips for Teaching Online Responsibility to Young Kids
Children as young as 4 or 5 can begin building lifelong habits when it comes to limiting screen time and being safe online.
Classroom Technology Want Kids to Be More Responsible Online? Start Early
Talking to 4-year-olds about screen time, digital literacy, and cyber safety may seem premature. But waiting puts kids at a disadvantage.
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It’s important to teach kids about cybersecurity. Here’s how to make it fun & easy to understand.
Classroom Technology 5 Big Technology Challenges Teachers and Administrators Will Face This School Year
Grappling with cybersecurity and what to do with all those new devices are big ones.
School Climate & Safety School Crime and Safety: What a Decade of Federal Data Show
Cyberbullying, behavioral issues, and shootings were among the top concerns in a report through 2019-20 school year.
Future of Work 3 Strategies for Helping Students Navigate the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Educators urge allowing students to present intriguing dilemmas to debate.
Student Well-Being Yubo and Other Social Apps Popular With Kids: Facts and Cautions for Educators
The Uvalde shooter used Yubo, an app nicknamed "Tinder for teens," to threaten other kids.
Student Well-Being The Uvalde Shooter Posted Threats on Yubo. What to Know About the App and Others Like It
Disturbing online interactions highlight the need for adults to support young people who encounter abuse on social media.
School Climate & Safety What the Research Says Bullying Dropped as Students Spent Less Time in In-Person Classes During Pandemic
Researchers based their findings on an analysis of internet searches on online and school-based harassment.
Privacy & Security Quiz Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Protecting Students During Remote Learning?
Quiz Yourself: What should you know about storing video content involving students?
Privacy & Security Q&A What Educators Should Know About Digital Self-Harm During Hybrid and Remote Learning
Some research suggests the phenomenon known as "digital self-harm" is on the rise and schools need to address it more directly.