Are you having issues with online behaviour at home or at school? Check out 'Bullying-No Way' for some great strategies.
If you are keen on providing additional digital protection for your children, check out this link to the Office of the Esafety Commissioner.
What can I do?
If you believe that your child is suffering from some kind of cyber incident, there are a number of things that you can do:
Remove your child from the source of the upsetting behaviour (eg: Block the individual who is harassing);
Screenshot the offensive online behaviour for evidence;
Do NOT retaliate or even reply online;
Email email@example.com and advise us in detail what is happening. Be sure to include screenshots.
In today's modern world of technology, it is important to consider the negative effects of extended screen time on the eyes, minds, and bodies of children. The MyVision organisation recently published a guide to screen time for parents where the following is covered:
* Problems screens can cause.
* How to develop screen time rules.
* Suggested screen time limits by age.
* Teaching and encouraging digital literacy, and more.