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Family Zone Classroom: Your superpower for managing student internet

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.

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Back to school, with Family Zone

In the classroom - as in life generally - technology giveth, and technology taketh away. This year, make sure your school is getting the very best out of edtech, while minimizing the downside.

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Is your child hooked on Fortnite? Here's what you need to know

It’s been called Hunger Games meets Call of Duty. So it’s little wonder that, upon its release as a free download in 2018, Fortnite: Battle Royale has blown away its competitors to become one of the most popular games on earth - praised and criticised in equal measure for its addictive qualities by both kids and adults.

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Pornstar to Parents: Shame on You!

 

When a porn star complains she’s sick of teaching kids about sex, maybe it’s time to face the facts about pornography online.

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Sarahah ... Honestly? A Teen Observer Weighs In

“My 13-year-old sister uses this and she got a death threat aimed at our 2-year-old brother.”

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Fun with Boredom

“Mum – I’m booooooooored!”

If you’re a parent, and that doesn’t sound familiar at this point in the school holidays, you don’t need to read this post. You need a hearing test.

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Dad Sued for Reading Daughter’s Texts

Parents who read their children’s text messages are not breaching privacy laws, a Spanish court has found. Mothers and fathers not only have the legal right to monitor their kids’ activities. They have a legal responsibility to do so.

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Who the Hell Is Alphonso, and Why Is He Eavesdropping on My Kids?

Jumbo the Bear just loves to eat. And kids who play Honey Quest just love to feed him. In fact, that’s the whole object of the game: to feed Jumbo as many oranges, grapes and apples as his round little tummy can hold. Nawwwws!

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