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Phase 1 Activity 1.6 End of phase 1

Our OYP method is using this value of social media by communicating to your child via these channels. We skip the part that children have to read an E-Book or visit a site. We feed them with relevant information in their daily life via social media channels they like. As you know, nothing is more vital for them than being connected.

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Phase 1 Activity 1.5 Safety First: Relationships and Privacy

Safety First:  Relationships and Privacy Digital citizens must know how to make and maintain safe and healthy online relationships. This is important because the average teen today is said to have about 300 online friends. Science tells us that the number of stable relationships the human brain can manage is only 150!  Young digital citizens […]

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Phase 1 Activity 1.4 A Digital Citizen Knows How to Handle Cyberbullying

A Digital Citizen Knows How to Handle Cyberbullying  A digital citizen understands what cyberbullying is, knows how to prevent it, and is equipped with strategies to respond should he or she be bullied, or observe someone else being bullied online. What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is: the use of digital tools to bully. It is identifiable […]

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Phase 1 Activity 1.3 Creating a Positive and Authentic Digital Reputation.

Creating a Positive & Authentic Digital Reputation  Digital citizens must know how to manage their digital reputations! Why? Because everything and anything we post online stays online forever… and can be seen by everyone and anyone. That’s a big responsibility. It’s important for young people just starting to use connected devices to know that others will […]

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Phase 1 Activity 1.2 Screen Time. How To Help Kids Manage the Time They Spend Online.

A Good Digital Citizen Knows How to Manage Screen Time When it comes to kids and screen time the experts agree… introduce screens slowly and developmentally-appropriately, view screens together, and explain, explain, explain. In her book, “Raising Humans in a Digital World,” Graber suggests using “digital on-ramps” to introduce young kids to tech. Here’s a guide: Give […]