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Slow but Steady Progress on Social Media Rules for Teachers and Students

14. May, 2012Internet & Social Media ArticlesComments Off

Social Media Rules Limit New York Student-Teacher Contact Schools continue to struggle with balancing student safety and freedom of expression….

15 big ways the Internet is changing our brain

3. April, 2012Internet & Social Media Articles, Safety on the InternetComments Off

Ray Kurzweil wants to remind us of the major pros and cons of ubiquitous online access and how it’s shaping…

Teachers, Students, and Social Networking

21. December, 2011Internet & Social Media Articles, Issues for schoolsComments Off

Protecting students from inappropriate contacts on social media is becoming more and more complex, as illustrated by the following New…

Parenting & Technology

26. November, 2011Internet & Social Media Articles, Safety on the InternetComments Off

Technology and social media are expanding faster than our ability to keep up and our toddlers are often more proficient…
Safety On the Internet

Safety On the Internet

23. November, 2011Internet & Social Media Articles, Safety on the Internet, slideshow imagesComments Off

Children tend to be way ahead of parents on the Internet. For the most part, they are more comfortable with…

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It is not a mystery

Scandalous levels of child sexual abuse are not a mystery. Complicity among adults is the

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Effects of Bullying Last Into Adulthood

The New York Times reports in “Effects of Bullying Last Into Adulthood” A new research

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A Brief Therapy Heals Trauma in Children

Jane Brody continues to support families experiencing child sexual abuse with an article on Safe Horizon.  She

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15 big ways the Internet is changing our brain

Ray Kurzweil wants to remind us of the major pros and cons of ubiquitous online

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Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Parents, schools and organizations can use all the technology at their disposal, but experience tells

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Author Dr. Sherryll Kraizer has a Ph.D. in education with a specialization in youth at risk.