1:1 | coronavirus | school filtering | BYOD | Duty of Care | online safety

Free filtering & screen visibility tools to support remote learning - COVID-19 response

Family Zone Education is offering free tools to ensure students are safe online and focused on learning while at home, for Australian & New Zealand schools have adopted remote learning programs due to the COVID-19 epidemic. 

 
Screen time | screens in school | classroom management | digital citizenship | online pornography | digital learning | Duty of Care
Is online pornography the new sex ed?

Are young people getting their sex education from pornography? The New Zealand Education Review Office thinks so - and most international experts agree. Should schools be doing more to address this?  

 
Screen time | screens in school | classroom management | digital citizenship | mental health | sleep | digital learning | Duty of Care | play | wellbeing
The case against a blanket phone ban

Calls for banning smartphones in schools are being heard right around the world, following the recent lead of France and Albania. But what's the case for the other side?

 
phone ban | Screen time | screens in school | classroom management | digital citizenship | distraction | smartphone | digital learning | Duty of Care
Classroom technology: What do students think?

Is technology in the classroom mostly a benefit to learning, or mostly a barrier? Educators have been debating the question for at least a decade. Yet the voices of the ultimate “end-users” - aka students - need to be included in the ...

 
Cyber Safety | Duty of Care | cyberbullying
Can your school be sued over online bullying?

A growing body of research has established that bullying can create long-term catastrophic effects, both psychologically and physically. The link between bullying at school and depression in later life is especially alarming.

 
Screen time | screens in school | classroom management | digital citizenship | smartphones | digital learning | Duty of Care
Do Australian schools need to ban phones?

Some 90 percent of Australian students admit to using devices in class, and research shows kids get better marks in personal-tech-free zones. So should schools ban phones outright?

 
vpn | New Zealand | school filtering | Duty of Care | Education | cyberbullying
The Smartphone Problem in Schools - we talk with Radio NZ

It was great to speak with Kathryn Ryan from Radio New Zealand on the problem of smartphones in schools. Many of the schools we talk with are concerned about the rise of smartphone use in schools, and say that the majority of secondary ...

    Would you like some more information? Or a demo?
    Get in touch
    Subscribe to our newsletter
    Follow us on social media
    Popular posts
    Cyber Safety | 1:1 | parenting | coronavirus | remote learning | equitable learning | BYOD | online learning
    How Schools Can Support Parents During Remote Learning
    Cyber Safety | Mobile Apps | Parental Controls | schools | smartphones
    Is Roblox Dangerous?
    Cyber Safety | grooming | Social Media | dangerous apps
    A School's Guide for Managing TikTok
    Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | classroom management | vpn | distraction | BYOD | hotspotting
    Six ways students are hacking your firewall
    Screen time | screens in school | classroom management | digital citizenship | smartphones | digital learning | Duty of Care
    Do Australian schools need to ban phones?