From our ongoing conversations with parents, we know that staying on top of your teens’ online activity is a big concern. Teaching your teen the basics of responsible digital citizenship will help them make good choices when you’re not around. They should know how to respond to social situations online, how to report abuse and who to go to for help. Learn more about how to start this conversation with your family.
Keep personal information on a need-to-know basis
Find quick tips to teach your family about online reputation.
Make smart connections
Follow these simple tips to teach your family about healthy and harmful online relationships.
Be an upstander, not a bystander
Online or offline, bullying hurts. Teach your teens what is and isn’t acceptable communication on the web.