Securing your kid's tech for the modern classroom
Prepare for the upcoming school year
The risk of cyberattack in distance learning is significant
Teachers around the world are adapting to the “new normal” of remote teaching. And while some schools are beginning to open back up, teachers and parents should still be thinking about how to stay connected with classrooms from a distance.
Throughout the pandemic, many parents found themselves working from home alongside children who weren't able to go to school or daycare. It can be all too tempting to let the kids spend much more time on mobile devices, using the computer or watching TV. In addition, with the rapid shift to remote schooling and social activities, many kids’ activities can only be accomplished via the internet and digital devices.
Worried that your kids stare too much at all those screens during the Covid19 lockdown? Read our child psychologist’s tips how to efficiently manage their screen time.