GroupMe is a messaging app where users can send group or private messages from their computer or phone using WiFi. Learn why this app is in our Red Zone, why parents should be concerned if their child is using GroupMe, and what to do if your child has the app.
With Facebook being the largest social media network in the world, it’s important for parents to teach their kids Facebook safety. Facebook also happens to be in our Green Zone which means it can have a positive impact on your student’s digital footprint when used wisely.
Due to technology and social media, anxiety is on the rise. Nobody wants to talk about mental health because of the stigma it has. So, the only way to make progress and help normalize the conversation is to learn how to become comfortable talking about anxiety and mental health.
YouTube can have a positive impact on your digital footprint. Learn how to create videos that help build your positive online resume, why creating a YouTube channel can be beneficial for your college admissions efforts, and what can go wrong if you use YouTube in a negative way.
IMVU is an app where users create custom avatars and use them to chat with strangers in random chats or 3D chat rooms. Learn why IMVU is in our red zone, how predators use the app to target victims, and what to do if your child has the app.
TBH stands for “to be honest”, and the tbh app is a social networking platform where users anonymously answer questions/polls about their classmates. Learn why this app is in our red zone, what other parents are saying about the tbh app, and what to do if your child has it.
Before giving them the keys to the car, parents teach their teen driving safety–and now that includes teaching digital safety. Learn how to teach your teen driving safety, how to discuss the risks of using their devices while driving, which safety apps can help, and more.