6 edition of A Parent"s Guide to the Internet found in the catalog.
September 1, 2003
by Mars Publishing, Inc.
Written in English
|Series||Parent"s Guide series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
Archived: This booklet is designed to provide parents with basic information about how to use the computer to find information and communicate with others. It tells you what you need to get started on the Internet "vast network of computers that connects people and information all over the world" and points you to some of the many interesting, helpful, and fun resources available . A Parents’ Guide to a Better Internet 3 4 Check out our top internet safety advice to make sure going online is a positive experience for you and your child: Discover the Encourage your child Internet together Be the one to introduce your child to the Internet. For both parent and child it is an advantage to discover the internet together.
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Unlike requests for alternative assignments, which most schools offer to parents who object to a particular reading assignment, most book challenges seek to have a book removed from the curriculum, library, or reading list, limiting access by all students. us and 2) as the Internet becomes increasingly social and mobile, a parent’s guidance and support are ever more key to young people’s well-being in social media and technology.
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Such a book is My Parents First Computer and Internet Guide by author Louise Latremouille, and as the cover states it is A fun, simple, beginner computer guide for all ages. A Parents Guide to the Internet book If you are thinking about getting a computer or learning to use the one you have this book puts it all into easy-to-understand language.1/5(1).
More than this, the authors offer parents a pithy book (12, words) filled with facts, figures and friendly helps that will inform and affirm a parent's right to know. Moreover, this book will help parents understand how the Internet and computers actually work/5(32).
The Parents’ Survival Guide to Children, Technology and the Internet consolidates information, research and advice from leading international resources. This book is an essential resource for parents who are struggling to find robust online safety solutions and effectively manage their children’s screen time.
This book presents all the technical information a parent needs to effectively monitor children's Internet use and experience.
The book also features advice on parenting issues with the Internet, an analysis of parental control features such as filters, and interviews with Internet experts, educators, and child development professionals.
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Another benefit of this site is that it provides parents the opportunity to discuss what their teens are reading with them. For instance, if your teen's school is reading a book about rape, you will hopefully be able to look on this site to find out what the book is about, and find the information you need to discuss the book and it's benefits.
A Guide to Internet Safety for Kids Keep your kids safe online. By Scholastic Parents Staff. approaching internet safety with this same kind of common sense teaches kids how to protect themselves online while still allowing them to explore and have fun.
Check out what real parents had to say about some of their proudest moments. Parents Guide to a Better Internet: This booklet will help parents to help their children have a positive experience when they are online.
It provides information, advice and conversation starters about the benefits and risks they need to be aware of when using the internet. This book presents all the technical information a parent needs to effectively monitor children's Internet use and experience.
The book also features advice on parenting issues with the Internet, an analysis of parental control features such as filters, and interviews with Internet experts, educators, and child development professionalsPages: The Parents’ Survival Guide to Children, Technology and the Internet consolidates information, research and advice from over + leading international resources, including some of the world’s best technologists, child psychologists and online safety experts.
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We’ve created this guide for families to make it easier to incorporate and practice good digital habits in your everyday lives. Packed with good stuff, this guide will help you and your kids discuss, learn, and. Parents' Guide to Technology Advice about smartphones, gaming devices, tablets and other internet-connected devices In the parents’ sessions we run in schools, we get a lot of questions about particular devices that children are using or asking for.
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In today's high-tech world, learn how to be aware of how much technology is safe for kids, what content is appropriate, and how to keep them safe online.Parents Guides to Protecting Your Children From Child Abuse For Cub Scouts and their parents For Cub Scouts and their parents (in Spanish) For Scouts BSA members and their parents For Scouts BSA members and their parents (in Spanish) For STEM Scouts and their parents.This Parents Guide to the Internet is intended to help parents--regardless of their level of technological know-how--make use of the on-line world as an important educational tool.
The guide cuts through the overwhelming amount of consumer information to give parents an introduction to the Internet and how to navigate it.