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The Internet can be both educational and fun, however it comes with risks. Those risks must be addressed to keep our families safe. As parents, that responsibility falls to us. Children can be more technically savvy when it comes to using social media and the Internet than their parents, though they can lack the wisdom to use technology safely. That comes with time and exp The Internet can be both educational and fun, however it comes with risks. Those risks must be addressed to keep our families safe. As parents, that responsibility falls to us. Children can be more technically savvy when it comes to using social media and the Internet than their parents, though they can lack the wisdom to use technology safely. That comes with time and experience, which children often lack. Cyberbullying is only one of the threats that our children have to face on a daily basis. In addition, there are dangers simply from using a search engine. Other threats exist in the form of cyber stalkers, online predators and mistakes that users make themselves that can cause problems for them later. Research has shown repeatedly that children usually do not tell anyone (much less their parents) if they are being cyberbullied or having other problems online. The key to keeping your family safe is to take a pro-active approach and learn about the risks. #DigitalParenting provides parents with the tools they need to help keep their kids safe from online dangers that are lurking everywhere.


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The Internet can be both educational and fun, however it comes with risks. Those risks must be addressed to keep our families safe. As parents, that responsibility falls to us. Children can be more technically savvy when it comes to using social media and the Internet than their parents, though they can lack the wisdom to use technology safely. That comes with time and exp The Internet can be both educational and fun, however it comes with risks. Those risks must be addressed to keep our families safe. As parents, that responsibility falls to us. Children can be more technically savvy when it comes to using social media and the Internet than their parents, though they can lack the wisdom to use technology safely. That comes with time and experience, which children often lack. Cyberbullying is only one of the threats that our children have to face on a daily basis. In addition, there are dangers simply from using a search engine. Other threats exist in the form of cyber stalkers, online predators and mistakes that users make themselves that can cause problems for them later. Research has shown repeatedly that children usually do not tell anyone (much less their parents) if they are being cyberbullied or having other problems online. The key to keeping your family safe is to take a pro-active approach and learn about the risks. #DigitalParenting provides parents with the tools they need to help keep their kids safe from online dangers that are lurking everywhere.

34 review for #Digitalparenting- A Parent's Guide to Social Media, Cyberbullying & Online Activity

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    Just finished reading #DigitalParenting - what an educational eye-opener!! As a parent of 2 (who are both much more tech-savy than myself), I'm so grateful that someone finally wrote this book! I did not realize just how much I didn't know about kids and social media today. But, I can honestly say that #DigitalParenting has given me all of the information and tools I need to help keep my kids safe! For the sake of your children, grandchildren, nieces & nephews, students, neighbors and friends... Just finished reading #DigitalParenting - what an educational eye-opener!! As a parent of 2 (who are both much more tech-savy than myself), I'm so grateful that someone finally wrote this book! I did not realize just how much I didn't know about kids and social media today. But, I can honestly say that #DigitalParenting has given me all of the information and tools I need to help keep my kids safe! For the sake of your children, grandchildren, nieces & nephews, students, neighbors and friends....get this book!!!!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    Lots of helpful information in this book for parents trying to protect their kids from the darker side of the internet. Easy to read & presented very well.

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