Digital Safety for Families & Students

Here are several links to digital safety tips that Jeanna Carter, School Counselor, shared from SafeSmartSocial.com as they might be of interest:

7 Ways Parents Can Teach Teens to Have Productive Screen Time
We reached out to 7 digital-safety experts and parents to get their best advice for teaching students how to be productive during screen time. Learn how to set screen time limits, where to allow devices, how to lead by example and how to teach students time management.

Become a Social Media Safety Expert:
Get a Virtual Replay Ticket to our Digital Citizenship Conference
  ($98 savings)

Save $98 on a Virtual Replay Ticket to our Digital Citizenship Conference when you use coupon code “HalfOff” by this Friday. Learn more here.

3 Things Parents Should Know When Contacting The Police About Social Media Crimes
Officer Mike Bires shares his top 3 things parents should know when dealing with the police and potentially criminal acts occurring online. His advice includes how to handle the social media account in question, the best way to work with law enforcement throughout the investigation and more.

5 Tips to Protect Your Family’s Online Privacy & Security
Although living in the Age of Information is wonderful, parents must focus on protecting their family’s security and privacy. Here are 5 tips to keep your family safe in the digital world including–how to start a dialog with your teens, how to secure your WI-FI network and more.

How to Improve Your Digital Footprint for College
We reached out to 5 college admissions and online reputation experts and asked them how college-bound teens can be proactive with their online presence. Learn how to take initiative with your digital footprint, how to highlight your goals on social and when to refrain from posting.

7 Ways Parents Can Teach Teens to Have Productive Screen Time
We reached out to 7 digital-safety experts and parents to get their best advice for teaching students how to be productive during screen time. Learn how to set screen time limits, where to allow devices, how to lead by example and how to teach students time management.

Become a Social Media Safety Expert:
Get a Virtual Replay Ticket to our Digital Citizenship Conference
  ($98 savings)

Save $98 on a Virtual Replay Ticket to our Digital Citizenship Conference when you use coupon code “HalfOff” by this Friday. Learn more here.

3 Things Parents Should Know When Contacting The Police About Social Media Crimes
Officer Mike Bires shares his top 3 things parents should know when dealing with the police and potentially criminal acts occurring online. His advice includes how to handle the social media account in question, the best way to work with law enforcement throughout the investigation and more.

Come to Los Angeles and attend the Digital Citizenship Conference on Oct 14th ($60 savings ends Friday)
Join 100+ parents and educators to learn digital citizenship safety trends & tactics in Los Angeles. 16 topics (8 panel discussions & 8 breakout sessions) that help parents and educators encourage students to build a positive online presence. Learn from our expert panels and deep dive sessions.

3 Digital Student Resume Tips to Get an Interview
These days a student’s social media presence – and the activities that they partake in online – can play a major part in their career. We reached out to experts to asked them for their best advice on building a student resume and online activities that can help students get an interview.

The 17 Apps Your Student Should Never Use 
Are you a parent who understands the negative effect social media apps can have on your child’s future? Learn what popular apps might be a terrible choice for your students and how to talk with your kids to start a healthy dialog.

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