Posts Tagged ‘Teens and technology’

posted by on Cyber Safety, Facebook, Facebook safety, Internet Privacy, Internet profile, Internet Safety, Online activity, Online Safety, Social media, Social Networking

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February 10th is Safer Internet Day. Everyday, no matter what age we are, more and more people are becoming digitally connected.  This means that we have to become more aware of safety precautions online. I welcome a very timely guest post by contributor Mary Sullivan with some excellent tips on cyber-safety for all ages: Whether […]

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October is National Cyber Safety Awareness Month which spotlights an array of digital security measures parents, teens, and everyone should be using and should be aware of to protect themselves virtually. It is not only about protecting yourself from the cyber-scams such as identity theft and Internet predators, it can be as simple as learning […]

posted by on Adult Bullying, Adult Cyberbullying, Anti-Bullying Clubs, Anti-bullying program, Books, Bullying, Bullying prevention, Civility, Cyberbullying, Online bullying, Online harassment, Parenting, Parenting books

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Even under a national spotlight, bullying has become more prevalent and increasingly dangerous. Emotionally disturbing yet cathartic, this groundbreaking book by two leading experts in the field of community intervention, anger and addiction, provides a compelling expose on all aspects of bullying. Bullies ~ From the Playground to the Boardroom Using in-depth case studies of […]

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It’s almost reads like a fiction novel or a Friday night mystery that you don’t think will ever happen to you  – and suddenly you realize, it can. Two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls are accused of luring a middle school classmate into the woods in a Milwaukee suburb and stabbing her 19 times in an attack […]

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Summer is approaching and whether you are a teen or parent, the fact remains – summer time is more screen time! Whether you are a parent, caregiver, or educator, you can keep up with the latest computer and online safety issues and help kids learn to avoid the real dangers that exist in their Internet-connected […]

posted by on Internet Privacy, Internet profile, Online activity, Online image, Online Privacy, Online profile, Online reputation, Online resume, Reputation Management

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If you have to ask this question in today’s digital-age  I would say you’re heading for a virtual head-on crash. Today your online image is usually the first impression any employer or possible a college recruiter will review about you.  Your name will eventually be put through an Internet wash-cycle and how it spins depends […]

posted by on Bullying, Bullying prevention, Cyberbullying, Digital citizenship, Online bullying, Online Privacy, Parenting, Parenting Blogs, Social media, Social Networking, ThirdParent

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Here’s a wake-up call for parents – you are unlikely to know if your teen is a victim of cyberbullying. No doubt you’ve witnessed reports of what appears to be a huge increase in cases of cyberbullying. It makes sense; our kids are online all of the time, especially on their phones, and a lot of […]

posted by on Adult Bullying, Adult Cyberbullying, Bullying, Bullying prevention, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Grownup cyberbullying, Harassing, Social media, Social Networking, Upstanders

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It’s a fact, many people will turn a blind eye when they witness negative behavior. Whether it is online or in a school hallway or in the workplace — it is easier (or safer) to walk away than to risk getting involved. It is no different than not wanting to get involved in being a […]

posted by on Online image, Online Privacy, Parenting, Parenting Teens, Social media, Social Networking, Teens and Technology

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It’s that time of the year again.  End of the school year when many seniors and juniors are looking forward to proms and graduations. Of course there will be many photo-ops and lots of sharing on everyone’s social media pages. This is a time for celebration and happiness, no will would ever deny a student […]

posted by on #iCANHELP, Bullying prevention, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Digital citizenship, Social media, Social Networking

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Actually it is Tag Someone You Love Thursday! Everyone knows about Throwback Thursday, however in an effort to delete negativity on social media, #iCANHELP Campaign created Tag Someone You Love Thursday! Have you become a positive warrior yet? Whether you are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr – instead of posting a Throwback picture that […]