I think it should definitely be taught in school. It can be used productively and safely if schools are willing to embrace it. I teach my students ...
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Yes. Definitely. We are raising the first Social Media Generation - as Rosie said there is a lot of emphasis on safety and dangers, but we also need ...
I do think social media should be taught in schools, but more on reputation management than new happenings in social media. I don't think there is ...
Last month, I was looking for some cute iPad cases too for my nephew (3 year old) and I found some great options that are available in the market. ...
With social lives unfolding online more and more, it’s important you keep your kids educated. At the same time, you don’t meddle with how they hang ...
I think this is something that isn’t talked about enough, which is why cyber bullying and other inappropriate things happen on social media. Although ...
Q: Should social media be taught in high school?
A: I do think social media should be taught in schools, but more on reputation management than new happenings in social media. I don't think there is ...4 years ago
Q: How should you manage your child’s social media?
A: I think this is something that isn’t talked about enough, which is why cyber bullying and other inappropriate things happen on social media. Although ...4 years ago
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