Category Archives: Skills

Digital Storytelling Fosters Authentic Learning For Your Child

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Everybody loves stories, no matter if we are hearing them or telling them. Exploring digital storytelling in your classroom connects students to an age-old practice in an entirely modern way. Storytelling has a rich history as a communication tool in various guises, from cave drawings, through the oral storytelling tradition in many cultures, to its […]

Integrating Classroom Technology For Your Child Is Important

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At no other point in history does technology have more of a place in the modern classroom than today. Change can be scary, and exponential change even more so. Such is the reality facing teachers as technology continues to develop a foothold in the modern classroom. But why should educators choose not to fear using […]

Developing Your Child’s Online Research and Content Analysis Skills

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Teaching online research skills to our learners Is crucial for many reasons. You already know as a teacher that you can communicate the answers to many questions in your classes quite quickly. Your students can frantically write down everything you say, read the textbooks you use in your lessons, and learn by discussing ideas with […]

Lets build healthier relationships with technology!

Family bonding together with technology

How can we build healthier relationships with technology? While, of course, social media has its benefits, it has also taken over young people’s relationships and is constructing their daily reality—homework, weekend plans, flirting, friendship, their sense of self and belonging—all within a system that is designed to capture and monetize our attention. In this unprecedented […]

Factors to Consider When Buying a Smart Device For Your Child

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As a result of the ongoing smartification process, a new security challenge is in the works.  Over the past year, we observed a steadily increasing number of attacks on smart home devices, like baby cameras, televisions, wireless switches, and lights. Based on our continuing analyses of smart devices, we felt it would be a good […]