Research + News | Topic: Parenting
Jun 23, 2016
One dad writes about what it was like to spend his Father’s Day unplugged. Read the article here.
Jun 8, 2016
When Your Child is Looking at Porn
Covenant Eyes offers a free step-by-step guide for Christian parents. Download the guide at their website here.
May 27, 2016
For Global Kids, Screens Are as Much a Part of Childhood as Playgrounds
Kids are spending more time with screens than playing outdoors—and while they have countless entertainment options on their devices, parents wield a quiet influence. Read the article here.
May 26, 2016
Parenting the Internet Generation
Internet accountability software company Covenant Eyes is offering a free e-book to help parents be vigilant in the digital age. Download the free e-book here.
May 23, 2016
Is Your Child Ready for a Phone?
If you’re considering a smartphone for your kid, you’ll need to think through a few things, from who will pay for it to whether she’s responsible enough to use it appropriately. Read the article here.
May 20, 2016
5 Questions to Ask Before You Get Your Kids a Phone
Make sure they (and you!) are ready for the next step with conversation starters that get everyone on the same page. Common Sense Media offers some suggestions. Read them here.
May 11, 2016
The Urgent Role of Parents in the Age of Sexting and Cyberbullying
Compassionate parenting in the age of sexting, cyberbullying, and social media. Read the article here.
May 9, 2016
What To Do If You Find Something Disturbing On Your Teen’s Phone
One expert’s advice on how to help kids navigate the online world safely. Read the article here.
May 6, 2016
How To Keep An Eye On Your Kids’ Social Media Accounts
Before granting your kids access to the Internet and social media, a serious conversation should take place about safety, restrictions, and house rules regarding computer/device usage. Read the full article here.
May 4, 2016
Half of Teens Think They’re Addicted to Their Smartphones
Fifty percent of teens feel they are addicted to their mobile devices, according to the poll, which was conducted for Common Sense Media, a nonprofit focused on helping children, parents, teachers and policymakers negotiate media and technology. Read the article here.