Tech It Out!
Technology Tips for Families with Elementary Students
How to be Tech-Savvy Parents
TECHNOLOGY, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND THE ELEMENTARY AGE STUDENT
Thursday, Nov. 8th, 7-8:15pm
301 Righters Mill Road
Jen Goldberg, LMSD Elementary Technology Specialist, and Deborah Wilson-Leslie Gladwyne School Counselor, will present and discuss developmentally appropriate use of technology and social media. They will also provide valuable technology resources for families.
What Apple's New iOS 12 Parental Controls Mean for You
Why It's Never Too Early to Teach Your Child Good Social Media Habits
Make Technology Work for Your Family
No, Fortnite Isn't Rotting Kids Brains. It May Be Good for Them
What Kids are Really Watching on YouTube (and how parents can deal with it)
What Good Technology Use Looks Like in the Early Years
Originally Published Online, January 7, 2015
Social Media and Children
- What Parents Need to Know about Musical.ly
- Parents Need to Listen to Their Kids When it Comes to Social Media Sharing
- How Your Instagram Photos Could be Used by Brands. And What to Do About It.
- The 12 Apps That Every Parent of a Teen Should Know About
- 7 Reasons Parents Should Care About Kids and Online Privacy
If you've got a kid who loves Minecraft, click on the button above to see resources for parents.
Check out some fun coding resources for children and adults:
Take Control of Your Child's iDevice
Looking for tools that let parents know, and feel good about, what kids are doing with their Apple products? Start by checking out Apple Families section of their website.
Then read these other useful articles:
Ms. Jennifer Goldberg
Google Certified Educator, Level 2
Elementary Technology Specialist
Lower Merion School District