Trying to keep up with today's technology can be overwhelming. You probably feel like you'll never understand the technology your child is using, especially when it seems to change every six months. Take a deep breath! Yes, the technology keeps changing, but the kids themselves stay pretty much the same. Much of what they do is not about the technology they are using. It's about seeking attention, forming and sustaining relationships, taking risks, and having fun. Parents have been dealing with these behaviors for centuries.
The authors cover the digital citizenship topics all parents should be aware of: online bullying, children's privacy, online gaming, social networks, and cell phones, among others. You will come away with a solid grasp of the issues and advice for using your own family values to set limits for your child.
|Publisher:||International Society for Technology in Education|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|