Let’s have a conversation about non-cellphone computers in schools—all the computers, iPads, Chromebooks and such. The question is not should computers be in schools but for what use and how often, and how much.Read More
Not all screen time is created equal. There are small things we can do online to support the endeavors of our friends, families, and people in communities. I have suggestions.Read More
We can play a big role to play in teaching our children to be critical, and skeptical, and learning to identify trustworthy sources. It’s easy to perpetuate lies about personal things and inaccurate facts by blindly sharing and retweeting.Read More
Are you a good Digital Citizen? Are your kids? How can you tell? Digital citizenship refers to the norms of appropriate behavior regarding technology use. The terms has been used primarily in school settings where classes and workshops address issues such as email etiquette, avoiding online cruelty, device use during class, avoiding copyright infringement and other such topics.