As districts plan for an uncertain 2020/21 academic year, many teachers have found themselves in a role they likely never imagined, that of an online teacher.
When schools close due to unexpected emergencies, students who typically learn in a classroom environment may find themselves learning from home.
If your child's district has planned an extended closure and is looking to online learning as an alternative, it's important for parents to keep students focused. Consider these tips to help your child move ahead rather than fall behind.
Smart devices have given us instant access to the web, no matter where we are or what we’re doing. They’ve changed the way we do business, how we entertain ourselves, and the manner in which we socialize.
Consequently, web conveniences have opened a plethora of doors for hackers to target your credit, personal information, and identity. Today, we’re going behind the scenes of web security and giving you tips to stay safe.
Have you ever been to a big city with your children? If so, what steps did you take to ensure their safety? You may have held their hands or made them stand close to you. You likely had your eyes on them at all times.
Your actions prevented them from being swallowed in a sea of busy pedestrians and shielded them from imminent danger. It’s unlikely that you let your children wander alone or had them meet you hours later.