Almost half of Australia’s school children attempted to access pornography during the 2018-19 Christmas school holidays, according to data collected by Family Zone.
Research published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics found that excessive TV viewing and gaming were the two screen-time activities most closely associated with lower grades for both primary and secondary ...
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Least surprising statistic of the week: 95% of school principals think students spend too much time on devices when they’re not in school.
Digital citizenship starts with safety - but it doesn’t end there.
Phone bans at school simply don’t work, many educators argue. And isn’t the whole idea counterproductive in today’s digital age?
Watching YouTube. Playing Fortnite. Maintaining a SnapStreak. Commenting on YOLO. Bingeing on Riverdale. Sneaking porn. ‘gramming pretty much everything.
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.