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Cyberbullying: Two Things Schools and Parents Can Do

By | bullying, Common Sense Media, cyberbullying, Generation Safe, high school, iKeepSafe, middle school, MTV, NYC Council, parenting, sexting, Uncategorized, Wired Safety | No Comments

At last night’s cyberbullying summit sponsored by the New York City Council, two things struck me: 1.) It’s great that the room was full and there’s clearly more interest and awareness on the subject and 2.) We don’t quite get…

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Schools, Parents, Internet Safety and the New Year

By | computer class, computer teachers, cyberbulling, elementary schools, i-Safe, iKeepSafe, Inc., Netcetera, parenting, principals, PTA, Uncategorized | One Comment

Internet Safety! Horrors! Where do we begin? Recently, I noticed a few basic disconnects when it comes to elementary school-aged children and teaching Internet Safety basics. There’s an information gap between school and home. Most schools now have a computer…

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Thanks to Those Who Care about Kids and Bullying

By | Brooks Gibbs, Bully Bust, bullying experts, Common Sense Media, iKeepSafe, internet safety, internet softwarebullying prevention, john halligan, Olweus, Stop Bullying Now, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized | No Comments

Thanks to all those who spend their time, money, and expertise to help kids have a lighthearted and bully-free childhood. There are so many great experts doing good work. There are also great parents paying attention to raising compassionate kids….

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