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Where do your students really go when they go online?

Smartphones that slip into a backpocket and tablets that tuck into schoolbags have allowed kids to inhabit a digital world largely invisible to the grown-ups - and seemingly impossible to supervise.

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | Social Media | smartphones | wellbeing | mental health | primary school
Mental health crisis in primary years linked to screen-time, social media

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.

 
Parental Controls | Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | smartphones | digital parenting
How Zone Manager benefits your school's families

Schools can protect student devices while they're on the school network. But what happens when those devices travel home?

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | smartphones | classroom management | distraction | phone ban
Senior educator endorses use of phones to enhance learning

If we ban phones from classrooms, are we passing up an opportunity for learning?

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | Social Media | cyberbullying | classroom management | distraction
Seymour College commits to school community cyber safety

In the lead-up to its centenary and as part of its commitment to reduce bullying, one of Australia’s leading private schools for girls is making Family Zone protection mandatory on all learning devices for younger students outside of ...

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | classroom management | distraction
Digital note-passing alert: how students are using Google Docs to 'collaborate' on in-class chat

Psssst - catch!

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | vpn | Fortnite | content filtering
Beating Fortnite at its own game: How Family Zone can help

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.

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | cyberbullying | bullying | suicide
Bullying awareness and prevention: What every school needs to know

Bullying isn’t just “kids being kids.” It’s a form of cruel victimisation that can drive children to self-harm and even suicide - as a growing number of tragedies in Australia and around the world attest. Today, Australia's ninth National ...

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | suicide | self-harm | momo | hoax
The Momo Challenge: How you can help your school community

By now you’ve probably heard a lot about the Momo Challenge, a deadly online game that’s been scaring the daylights out of students - and parents - around the world. The object? To  drive players to self-harm or suicide with the threat of ...

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