The Internet: A World Without Boundaries

World Without Boundaries There was a time when we lived in a world without borders. In an age before the United Nations, free trade zones or countries. In those dark ages way back when, people lived in villages and often nomadic tribes. There Read More →

Primary School Teacher Says, "I Quit!"

15 year veteran elementary teacher says “I quit”. Parents need to know what is being done to their children in many of today’s public schools – and it is not the teacher’s fault.   Read More →

Some tips to avoid problems on social networks

Here’s some tips for children: Never give out your full name or physical address. The less information about you on social networks the better. Ensure that you use the maximum amount of privacy and only invite/accept friends that you actually Read More →

When Mom or Dad Asks To Be a Facebook 'Friend'

Matt, 17, and Bob Florian both use Facebook, and Bob Florian knew that his son might have doubts about becoming his Facebook friend. (By Susan Biddle — The Washington Post) Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate Read More →

Bill Gates gives high school learners 11 rules to live by

Love him or hate him, he sure hits the nail on the head with this! To anyone with kids of any age, here’s some advice. Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School about 11 things they did Read More →

Parents Guide to MXit available today

The “Parents Guide to MXit” is now available from today. This concise guide is made available at no cost to all concerned parents or educators, who may have sleepless nights about children using MXit, the popular chat application that enables Read More →