In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we help parents understand accountability software by chatting with Mike Conrad, founder of Enxo.co. We also talk about some news topics that you need to know, and we have a resource that could help you setup a phone for your child.
Chances are that your child’s favorite mobile or console game is teaching them to gamble. Welcome to the world of loot boxes.
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we help parents understand the world of social media that their kids are living in by chatting with Mitchell Waters. We also talk about some news topics that you need to know, and we have a resource that could help you set some reasonable boundaries for your kids.
Game developers are really good at influencing your behavior. They have become masters at using behavioral psychology and data to change how you spend your time and money. If your kids plays any mobile or console games, you need to teach them how to deal with these influences.
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we delve into the complex topic of cyberbullying and help to frame it for today’s parents.
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we cover topics in the news you need to know about, and we chat with Mitchell Waters about video game addiction in our culture today. In addition, we provide a free resource to help parents determine how concerned they should be with their child’s gaming behavior.
As I talk to parents I notice themes that are emerging in schools across the country. One theme that comes up repeatedly is online impersonation. At the end of the day, many teens have no real idea who is on the other end of their Internet connection.
In this first episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we cover topics in the news around gaming and sexting, we highlight some content from our Digital Parenting Foundations event that addresses your child’s mental health, and we give you a resource that will help you think differently about parenting in this digital culture.
Sexting isn’t just a bad behavior for minors, it can result in a felony for both parties. Learn more from a School Resource Officer who deals with these issues regularly.
Everyone wants to protect their kids from cyberbullying, but few parents are even thinking about their child being the bully. What do you do to keep your kid from bullying others online?