Roughly eight in ten parents use "digital grounding" as a discipline strategy. But how effective is it as a way to make kids behave?
Interacting with strangers is an alarmingly regular occurrence among today’s schoolkids, a new study has found - while online sexual harassment has become the new normal for our girls.
A new Australian study finds today's Year 7s at increased risk for later health problems - and too much screen-time is a key factor.
If every kid is different - and screen-time can mean almost anything - how can parents ever find the screen-time sweet spot? An expert weighs in with a method that can help.
A recent study made headlines for suggesting screen-time harms were overrated. But a deeper dive reveals some serious flaws in the evidence.
As parents, we may equate gaming with mindless, repetitive, passive screen-time. In fact, today’s most popular games really challenge kids to develop vital life skills.
Belief in one's ability to succeed is the foundational mindset for a wide range of positive traits.
Student peers are generally the perpetrators of cyberbullying, but they are also “often the first line of defense to bullying,” a new report finds.
How does facial recognition work - and why do tech companies use it? How afraid should we be that tech companies can “recognise” us?