Tag Archives: time

Introduce Geography to your child with GeoGuessr

Dear Parents! Check out GeoGuessr and trust me, you’ll have no plans on stopping this game. If you’re a travel buff, or love geography, or want a way to challenge your kids to get excited about both of those things, you need to try this fun, free game. Just head over to the GeoGuessr website […]

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 […]

Personal Savings vs Online Reputation

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When a child is born, no parent ever thinks to themselves, “I sure hope he/she grows up with no sense of personal financial responsibility.” I’ve never met a parent who didn’t want his or her children to be in a better position than they were, whether that be financially, emotionally, or otherwise. Given the economic […]

Online Time Management Is Important For Your Child

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Time is a modern human concept that must be learned. You could almost say it’s a magic show; something complex that children aren’t born understanding. Children learn best thinking about real things that are tangible or kinesthetic in their early development. They create relationships in understanding, and knowledge by linking what they learn with their […]

Gaming Addiction

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A whopping 97% of 12-17 year-olds play video games, making it the most popular activity among teenagers. On any given day 60% of teenagers will play a video game in their home. With $12 billion dollars in video games, with sales come concerns that the excessive violence in many of the games leads to aggressive […]

Setting Tech Boundaries

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We all know what the idle mind of a twelve-year-old can become. When I was a pre-teen (without cable television), there was little time for idling in the summer. There were too many forts to be built, ballgames to be organized, and bike rides to the library for my mind to stop before it hit […]

Your Child’s Digital Revision

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Technology is advancing everyday and schools are slowly inculcating digital lessons for students. This is something that we should all start to learn and adapt to our everyday lives. Stopping kids from using is no longer an option as we cannot deny that they will need that. Thus, we should learn to set boundaries and […]

I have more friends online!

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Social isolation has certainly increased in Japan, where half a million young people live as “hikikomori” — recluses who don’t leave their homes. And loneliness in Britain has increased enough that the government has created a “minister for loneliness.” According to a new survey, 86 percent of American and British citizens believe that “increased use […]