It’s a technology world. We all love our devices, and they are only getting smarter and more powerful. With that amount of computing power in our hands, comes new dangers and responsibilities. As parents we may not be as technologically inclined as our kids. In the resources below we help you learn about new tech in ways everyone can understand.
Imagine living comfortably in a house. Everyone has their own bedroom, and you have plenty of space for your belongings. Then, one day, you move
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With the wide variety of dangers awaiting kids online, it might seem easier to simply ban smartphones and internet access altogether. Unfortunately, forbidding your children
It’s been clear for a while: this generation isn’t like the others. Parents are working to raise their children in an environment quite unlike the
What are your kids doing today? You might say they’re going to school or daycare. Maybe they’ll have a piano lesson or soccer practice, then
People have long said that children are children the world over. They all laugh and cry, they all throw tantrums, and they all move through
With constant access to the internet via smartphones, tablets, and computers, it’s no surprise that our brains are profoundly different from our ancestors’. Cognitive neuroscientists