10 Wishes for My Future Teens in the Digital World

My life changed for the better three years ago when my daughter was born, then changed even more (for the better again, a crazy better, but better) when my son was born two months ago. Having taught at the high school level for six years beginning at the dawn of cell phone era, I was at the forefront of the all the digital changes occurring with our youth….and it was scary. I’m fortunate to have found a home at Cyber Civics, where I can use my experience and skills to teach students how to use technology ethically and confidently and also share the program with schools across the globe. Being in this field has opened my eyes to all the wonderful and positive ways kids can use technology, bu

It's Summer and Kids are Saying: Let the Games Begin!

With summer upon us, kids are heading online. Many will be spending unless hours (or want to be spending endless hours) playing and talking about online games—everything from Fortnite, to Minecraft, and even (unfortunately) Grand Theft Auto. Anna Dieckmeyer has put together a terrific infographic on the "8 Online Games Kids Love" for parents and teachers to refer to. It tells you what the recommended ages are for each one and what kids find so compelling about them. Please download and share it with the parents of the game-loving kids you know! You might also enjoy the most recent Cyberwise Newsletter devoted to Gaming.

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