Young Minds Online Free Presentation In Your School

There are very many reasons why we need to protect Young Minds Online. As a mother of two children and a regular speaker and mentor in schools, Joanne found that while tweens and teens are up to date with social technologies, their appreciation for protecting their online privacy and reputation is minimal. Joanne has also long held the idea that very often parents aren’t aware of the pitfalls or indeed advantages of social. And so they cannot be of help in trying online situations. Joanne began thinking quite seriously about this topic and decided that she could and should do something about

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Don’t Just Eat Your Pancakes, Share Them Too!

In the spirit of Pancake Tuesday, one of the most delicious days of the year (apart from Christmas of course) we are dedicating a blog post to none other than pancakes themselves. We have some tips on how to make the perfect pancakes and and since posting pictures of meals has become such a trend we are also going to share some tips so that you can share the perfect photo of your pancake creations in all their glory on your social networking sites to make all those friends and followers of yours drool. The Perfect Pancake: Well I’m no

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Cyberbullying..What Action is the Goverment Willing to Take to Tackle the Increase

Earlier this week it was announced that the NAPD will call on the Government to develop a national cyberbullying policy after survey conducted by Amárach Research, found that 16 per cent of students have experienced bullying online, a 33 per cent increase on last year. The recent reports led to debate about the actions the Government intend to take to tackle the increase on cyberbullying. We came across this and though it might be of interest to our readers.   Topical Issue Debate The need for the government to outline what action it intends to take to tackle the increase in

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Parents, What You Need to Know about Cyber Bullying

A recent report released by the NAPD highlighted how parents may not be fully aware of the extent to which the children are suffering, with only 12pc reporting that a child of theirs has been a victim of cyberbullying and just 26pc of parents saying that they monitor their children’s activities online on a daily basis, while 15pc never monitor. What parents need to know? Before social media if you were being bullied in school you at least had the comfort of knowing that once you were at home you were safe, now chances are if you are being bullied in

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