Digital safety tips - resource
Wed, Mar 25 5:10pm

Jie Ming family members - here are some resources from around digital well-being as we are faced with more time indoors and likely more time on screens. Be well, and feel free to engage with any of this material (looks like lots of it is free!). Thank you Michael Recycle (Stoick) for sharing this!


Check Here to Read Digital Safety Tips for Families During School Shutdowns

Class is online. Homework is online. Their friends are online. Are you concerned about too much screen time and social media for your students? If so, you're not alone.

Digital Safety Tips for Families When School is Shut Down

We want to help you to prevent screen time addiction, depression, and other digital dangers during this difficult time. So the team reached out to experts for their best digital safety tips for parents during this pandemic. Read what they have to say here.

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Aside from reducing screen time, offline activities provide students with the opportunity to grow, learn new skills, and collect experiences they can add to their student resumes. Check out 100+ ideas here.
When students can't go to school, there are so many learning opportunities online. Our team rounded up 100+ free educational online activities to keep students of all ages engaged in learning. is looking for teenage students to talk about the positive impact TikTok is having on their lives right now.
  • Who are you most inspired by on TikTok?
  • How are you using TikTok to share positivity with others?
  • We will compile all of the student responses into a video and article that other students can watch and learn from
We are hosting two online forums for teens (ages 13 to 18) to share their ideas. They will be held this Friday, 3/27 at 11am PST and 2pm PST. Parents with interested students - please reply back to this email for a link to the online forum. If your student cannot make it to either forum, but would like to submit a videotaped response to the questions above, please reply to this post and we will send you instructions.
Are your students chatting with friends on the HouseParty app or Marco Polo? Look out for Thursday's newsletter for details about the most popular chat apps students are using right now. Reply back if you have a question about a specific app. I read every email. 

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