e-Parenting Tutorial: Keeping up with your kids' online activities
This interactive online tutorial from Canada’s Media Awareness Network takes you through an exploration of various aspects of kids’ digital lives, poses a series of questions, presents information from experts, and provides a model framework for setting up family internet rules. Modules cover five topics:
1. Online research and homework
2. Online relationships
3. Inappropriate content
4. Online marketing
5. Too much time online
Available in English or French.ndn epp wih ho ke
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