Smart toys, assistants, and bots—oh, my! We hear more and more about artificial intelligence and see it at work in our daily lives. While the most common current reason for its use is convenience, are there aspects of AI we should consider, especially around our kids?
The holidays are upon us, and that means there's a lot of hustle and bustle. But it's also a time to be together, take stock, and notice the positive pieces in our lives.
We are flooded with information about tech addiction, the risks of social media, and the potential harms of video games. While there are definitely concerns and it's critical we stay informed and involved, there's another side to the story.
Talking about race isn't always easy, but it's an important conversation to have -- and then keep having as kids get older.
The back-to-school season is over, and kids are done easing in. Now that they're in the thick of learning and homework, it's helpful to have some digital tools to throw their way when they need them.
San Domenico Middle School's Video Blog The PAWcast, Season 3, Episode 1
Today, when the latest campaign trail gaffe, political scandal, or candidate counterattack goes viral, your kids may hear about it before you do. How will they know whether a claim or a charge is based in fact, an unsubstantiated smear, or typical campaign overstatement?
Most parents are pretty familiar with the term "cyberbullying" and know it's when someone is mean to another kid online over a period of time. But what do we do when it happens, and is it always that simple?
We all want a little more control, especially over the 24/7 world of digital media our kids can access. But how should we do it, and what's the right balance?
Lately, we see more and more news articles about the potentially negative effects social media might have on our kids.