Are we worried about the time we spend online? Should we take heed of warnings by media reports and popular articles that put the sole
The 3rd “R” for Safer Internet Day 2019 is Reasoning. It can certainly be said that there’s not always a lot that is reasonable online.
We know young people are spending increasing amounts of time socialising online. This can be both with people they know in real life, as well
It seems many have had the bejesus scared out of them over recent reports of video games and gaming addiction. Media articles and television segments
As of August 2018 the popular lip syncing app Muciscal.ly no longer exists in its original form. The parent company of Tik Tok, hugely popular
Why is a shrug so important to digital resilience you ask? Recently I was in my “Grit Strength” gym class which is not a regular
It’s Safer Internet Day on Tuesday the 6th Feb, and that means people around the world are getting vocal about the need for a more
When kids make mistakes online should you tell their parents? Should you dob on other peoples kids or should you stay out of others business
Why is it so critical to critically evaluate content online? Well there is a lot of content online. Yes that is the understatement of the
When should I let my child have Instagram? One of the many questions I get asked as it seems to be the social network most
Building resilience in a digital world must be a priority for our kids today. What does digital resilience actually mean? A while ago now resilience
Can devices in the classroom really be worth the effort and the risk? What are the skills they are actually gaining from all that swiping?
Cyber safety and digital parenting often evokes feelings of fear, confusion and overwhelm. There is no doubt that the digital world our children are immersed