Book Review: Raising Humans in a Digital World by Diana Graber

Tweet As an educator teaching middle-school students the basics of “Cyber Civics,” Diana Graber has heard her share of stories where kids get into trouble using technology. Yet she prefers to focus on the positive things that technology brings to … Continue reading

Book Review: Be The Parent, Please by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Tweet Using technology on multiple devices has become such a ubiquitous part of our lives that it’s hard for parents to know how to set limits on programs and screen time for their children. They may also wonder if educational … Continue reading

Book Review: Crazy-Stressed by Dr. Michael J. Bradley

Tweet If parents believe their teens face more stressors than the previous generation, Dr. Michael J. Bradley wants to let them know they are right. With the proliferation of social media, increased screen time, pressure to perform in school and … Continue reading

Book Review: Teenagers 101 by Rebecca Deurlein, Ed.D.

Tweet As a teacher for many years at both public and private schools, Rebecca Deurlein has seen her share of teenagers. And while some people may wonder at how she could spend years in a classroom dealing with teen behavior, … Continue reading

Book Review: Home for Dinner by Anne K. Fishel

Tweet Anne Fishel believes in the positive impact family dinners can have on parents and children. She’s so passionate about the idea that she cofounded The Family Dinner Project and wrote a book called Home for Dinner: Mixing Food, Fun, … Continue reading

Book Review: Parenting With a Story by Paul Smith

Tweet Often the best way to help our kids learn something we think they should know is to tell a story that helps them see how others faced life situations. The trouble is, we often can’t think of relevant stories … Continue reading

Book Review: A Survival Guide to Parenting Teens by Joani Geltman, MSW

Tweet If you are like most parents, talking to your teens about touchy subjects liked sexting, drinking, drugs and other risky behaviors ranks even lower on your list of things to do than getting a root canal. You know it’s … Continue reading

New eBook Helps Parents Talk to Kids About Online Safety

Tweet As parents, we may think we know about our kids’ relationship with digital devices. Yet, our relationships with computers, the Internet, smart phones, e-readers and more will always be different than what our children experience simply because they are … Continue reading

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