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“Vicarious Supervision: Preventing Problematic Behaviors Online through Positive Parent-Child Relationships”
Sometimes after one of my presentations I have parent tell me that “their kids are never getting anything (digital)” until they turn 18. I encourage them to think about their child’s digital life as a evolution from when they enter school till they graduate and are on their own. Let’s face it, this is a digital world and that’s not going to change. Is this realistic?
If you have a child that plays Roblox, you should read this article about the “condos” that pop up on the platform.
The internet and technology that we have access to today has made it easier for children to be bought and sold online. The websites that are used are common sites that you and I use every day. This problem is in my town and your town.
#meganismissing is trending on TikTok. What is all of this hype and what do you need to know about the movie? I decided to watch it and give you a few observations so you can decide if it’s for you. This movie is NOT FOR KIDS. Here is why.
If you haven’t watched Cuties, you may be really lost in the conflicting headlines. I decided to watch it and give you a few observations so you can decide if it’s for you. Here are a few points that stuck out to me:
I’ve seen this video several times…and I’ll continue to watch it to keep my mind fresh when talking with struggling youth. It’s a very powerful 3 minute reminder on human connection.