Cyber safety is not really about technology; it's about student wellbeing. And with the world becoming ever more digital, this presents a multitude of new challenges for admins, wellbeing & pastoral care staff. A comprehensive and effective cyber safety solution should include student internet visibility with timely reports and insights being delivered into the hands of the ...
Least surprising statistic of the week: 95% of school principals think students spend too much time on devices when they’re not in school.
"You can't stop students using the powerful computers in their pockets," notes the director of IT at England’s prestigious Queen Elizabeth School.
As an educator, you don’t need x-ray vision to figure out that you and your students aren’t always on the same page.
Primary school kids as young as five are self-harming, acting out and suffering from mood disorders at unheard-of rates - and social media and smartphones are being identified as a major contributing factor.
The Internet is a part of our everyday lives, not just for mum and dad, but increasingly for children of all ages, too.
The Christchurch massacre livestream was like “watching a video game,” according to many viewers. And not just any video game: the massively popular survival-based sensation Fortnite.
Results from the latest national assessment round of ICT skills (information and communication technology) show that being a whiz on SnapChat and Instagram won’t prepare today’s students to face a digital future.