The Parents' Survival Guide to Children, Technology and the Internet

The Parents' Survival Guide to Children, Technology and the Internet

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Do you struggle to keep up with the technology in your children's lives? Do you feel as if there's a new game, app or social media platform to worry about almost every day? Do you want to know more about what young people do online?

Living in the information age can often lead to a feeling of information overload. While there's no shortage of parenting advice, how do you know if it's reliable? And what do you do when that information is full of contradictions? The Parents' Survival Guide to Children, Technology and the Internet consolidates information, research and advice from over 200+ leading international resources, including some of the world's best technologists, child psychologists and online safety experts. In this ground-breaking book you will learn everything you need to know about:

- how to deal with the internet, gaming and social media addictions

- how to recognise and confront cyberbullying, extremism and online grooming

- teaching your children about pornography and other potential danger zones

- recognising when your children are having difficulties online

- overcoming sleep deprivation caused by technology

- setting a great example for your children
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Product details

  • Paperback | 242 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 13mm | 345g
  • English
  • 104 Illustrations; Illustrations, color
  • 0994405502
  • 9780994405500
  • 1,368,871

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'THE BEST ONLINE HEALTH AND SAFETY BOOK ON THE MARKET'
- Marsali S. Hancock, CEO & President, EP3 Foundation USA

'A MUST-READ FOR ANY PARENT WHO CARES ABOUT THE WELLBEING OF THEIR CHILDREN'
- Professor Donna Cross, The University of Western Australia, Telethon Kids Institute

'ENERGY, OPTIMISM AND CLEAR PRAGMATIC ADVICE, THE PARENTS' SURVIVAL GUIDE IS SIMPLY A MUST FOR ALL PARENTS'
- David Wright, Director, UK Safer Internet Centre
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