A child that has grown up with values understands why he doesn’t need to own a phone or have access to social media for instance per time…
If parents are saddled with the responsibility of deciding when their children are exposed to technology- How can they help ensure that their children are well protected and guided?
Here’s what you should know about the Chrisland Scandal: It’s a Value Problem, not a Smartphone Problem: ￼
The Chrisland school scandal is a “Value Problem” and not a “Smartphone Problem.” Let me explain… Just because your child doesn’t have a phone doesn’t mean that their friends won’t have one!
One of the most common pieces of feedback I have gotten about my book, The Concise Guide to Online Etiquette, is the fact that most people wish they knew the information therein sooner. I will therefore be answering the most FAQ within my few few posts.
The Concise Guide to Online Etiquette: Why netiquette is essential in the modern world is a much-needed conversation starter. Knowing that technology has completely changed how we communicate with others (especially post-COVID19) requires a new set of etiquette to safely navigate this online world.
As stated earlier, we now exist as a merge of the physical and digital world, and according to the recent Digital 2020 Reports by We Are Social, the average internet user spends 6 hours and 43 minutes online each day.