iRules

iRules

In the book, she educates parents about the online culture tweens and teens enter the minute they go online, exploring issues like cyberbullying, friend fail, and sexting, as well as helping parents create their own iRules contracts to fit ...

Author: Janell Burley Hofmann

Publisher: Rodale Books

ISBN: 9781623363536

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 240

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As Janell Burley Hofmann, mother of five, wrapped her thirteen-year-old's iPhone on Christmas Eve, she was overwhelmed by questions: "Will my children learn to sit and wonder without Googling? Should I know their password for online accounts? Will they experience the value of personal connection without technology?" To address her concerns, she outlined boundaries and expectations in a contract for her son to sign upon receiving his first cell phone. When Hofmann's editor at The Huffington Post posted the contract, now known as iRules, it resonated on a massive scale and went viral, resulting in a tsunami of media coverage and requests. It quickly became apparent that people across the country were hungry for more. In iRules, Hofmann provides families with the tools they need to find a balance between technology and human interaction through a philosophy she calls Slow Tech Parenting. In the book, she educates parents about the online culture tweens and teens enter the minute they go online, exploring issues like cyberbullying, friend fail, and sexting, as well as help parents create and modify their own iRules contracts to fit their families' needs. iRules will also help parents figure out when to unplug and how to stay in sync with the changing world of technology, while teaching teach their children self-respect, integrity, and responsibility.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Sexting

Sexting

School Climate 2.0: Preventing Cyberbullying and Sexting One Classroom at a
Time. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2012. iRules: What Every Tech-Healthy
Family Needs to Know About Selfies, Sexting, Gaming, and Growing Up.
Emmaus, PA: ...

Author: Roman Espejo

Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9780737771862

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 88

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Technology has made so many things possible, including sending romantic messages to someone else via text. Sexting is just a new form of communication that continues to serve our need to tell one another things, but sometimes this can go horribly wrong, especially being of a sexual nature. This book debates the issue of sexting, touching on such topics as the rise of sexting among teens and adults, if it is hurtful to teens, and whether or not sexting is a criminal offense.
Categories: Young Adult Nonfiction

Digital Kids

Digital Kids

AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) (2011b) “Babies and toddlers should
learn from play, not screens. ... Burley Hofmann, J. (2014) iRules: What Every
Tech-Healthy Family Needs to Know About Selfies, Sexting, Gaming, and
Growing Up.

Author: Martin L. Kutscher

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781784502966

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 128

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For many children and teens daily Internet use is the norm - but where should we draw the line when it comes to digital media usage? This handy book lays out the essential information needed to understand and prevent excessive Internet use that negatively impacts behaviour, education, family life, and even physical health. Martin L. Kutscher, MD analyses neurological, psychological and educational research and draws on his own experience to show when Internet use stops being a good thing and starts to become excessive. He shows how to spot digital addictions, and offers whole family approaches for limiting the harmful effects of too much screen time, such as helping kids to learn to control their own Internet use. He tackles diverse questions ranging from the effects of laptops in the classroom and reading on a digital screen, to whether violent videogames lead to aggression. The author also explains how ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can make you more susceptible to Internet addiction, suggesting practical strategies to suit these specific needs. Discussing both the good and bad aspects of the internet, this book tells you everything you need to know to help children and young people use the internet in a healthy, balanced way.
Categories: Family & Relationships

What a Girl Needs from Her Mom

What a Girl Needs from Her Mom

Puresite.com My Mobile Watchdog, TextGuard, and iWonder Surf are good sites
and apps to monitor cell phone use iRules: What Every Tech-Healthy
FamilyNeeds to Know About Selfies, Sexting, Gaming, and Growing Up by Janell
Burley ...

Author: Cheri Fuller

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441265104

Category: Religion

Page: 224

View: 842

Mystified by the situations girls face today? There's a good reason, Mom. Our girls are growing up in a completely different world than we did. But whether your daughter is very young or a teenager, you can equip yourself with the wisdom and practical help she needs for the pressures and decisions ahead. With keen insight and warm encouragement, Cheri Fuller shares how you can become a more welcome influence at every stage in your daughter's life. Drawing from her own experiences and the expertise of others, Cheri answers all the top questions, including: "How can I help my girl avoid the dangers of social media and navigate the digital world?" "How can I counter society's unhealthy messages about body image and sexuality? "How can I help my daughter (and me!) deal with her emotional ups and downs?" "What are the best ways to instill good values?" "How can I help her grow a firm faith in God?" Filled with trustworthy suggestions, this book will help you steer your daughter toward becoming a healthy, confident young woman. Includes Reflection Questions for Personal or Group Use Great for understanding granddaughters, too!
Categories: Religion