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5 ways to spot fake news
These days it can be hard to tell what news is legit, what's opinion, and what's full-on fake. These five tips can help you weed out the real from the completely made up.
How to talk with kids about racism and racial violence
It starts with checking in on yourself, and then listening deeply.
Teach kids to be media-savvy.
5 tips for talking to kids about racism and violence in the media
How do we talk with kids about big, important topics like racism and violence in the media? What you say depends on your experience, but here are some guiding steps for you to consider when approaching these tough topics.
5 ways to deal with hate speech online
Hate speech is all over the internet. Cruelty against a religion, ethnicity, sexual identity, or race has reached a fever pitch and often finds its way into kids' lives. Here are some tips to help parents and kids deal with hate speech online.
5 Ways to help kids deal with disturbing news
Dealing with news, whether it’s deadly diseases or school shootings, can be tough, especially for kids. Learn how you can help kids make sense of today’s 24/7 news cycle.
4 tips for making kids ad savvy
On TV, in print, and online, kids are bombarded with advertising. Most adults are familiar with the strategies advertisers use. But kids are not so ad savvy. Use these tips to help them understand how companies are trying to sell them something.
5 Social media rules for teen & tweens
Social Media is a way of life for many teens, and even some tweens. Here are 5 rules to share with your kids before they start posting, uploading or sharing online.
ICMI: 6 Confusing social media terms explained
What is the difference between gif and meme? Hashtag and tag? Emoticon and emoji? Here's a cheat sheet for these popular, and sometimes confusing, social media terms.
Is it OK to post?
I took a photo of my friend that I want to share...now what?
Kid-safe browsers and search sites
Want to let your kid do some online research for homework and projects but worried about what they might find? This list of safe search sites for kids lets young surfers investigate topics they're interested in while protecting them from the stuff they're not ready to see.
Dealing with online trolls
Haters and Trolls are people who go online, often anonymously, and write mean comments, sometimes with the goal of getting a response. Chances are if your kids are online, they will encounter both. Discover 5 ways to deal with Haters and Trolls.
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