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CBS Detroit WWJ Interview about How to Keep Your Kids Safe on Social Media

Emily A. Hay was interviewed on CBS Detroit WWJ Newsradio 950 about how parents and teachers can keep tweens safe on social media.  The discussion covered best practices at home and ways teachers are using social media in the classroom.  You can listen to the interview here on CBS Detroit. (Originally aired Monday, September 16th […]

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HOW TO HELP STUDENTS CREATE A POSITIVE DIGITAL FOOTPRINT

We are pleased to share that Sheri Watkins, co-creator of Saving Face for Schools, has a post featured on Compass Learning Navigator. Check out this great blog post on, “How to Help Students Create a Positive Digital Footprint.“

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Snap, Chat, Poke: What’s the recommended allowance for kids and mobile apps?

By Sheri Watkins There’s a growing concern among parents of tech-savvy kids: Young children are getting their own smartphones and tablets, meaning they have access to more and more apps. Many of these are not appropriate for children, yet can be downloaded quickly and easily — usually for free! Our team expert, Sheri Watkins, recently posted […]

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Snapchat: The “Kid Friendly” Sexting App?

  By Sheri Watkins What is Snapchat?  If you are a parent, you should be aware of this popular app that may already be on your child’s smartphone. Snapchat is the fourth most popular social media app right now and the majority of users are between the ages of 13 and 18.  At first glance, […]

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Instagram for Kids PART 1

By Sheri Watkins In this video led by Sheri Watkins, we share important overview information for parents about Instagram.  Hear some REAL-LIFE EXAMPLES and get familiar with how your kids may be using this social network. If you are the parent or teacher of a tween, help them use social media wisely and become positive […]

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Girls & Cyberbullying

By Sheri Watkins According to Microsoft’s recent worldwide online bullying survey, girls are more likely to be bullied online: 55% vs. 24% of boys. Also, those who bully online are twice as likely to be victims of cyberbullying themselves. These statistics may surprise you, but cyberbullying seems to be more prevalent among girls; both as […]

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