The Power of Who and Why: How Two Simple Questions Can Increase Your Kids’ Media Savvy

2023-11-01T12:14:23-04:00November 30, 2023|Blog|

By Tylar Bloch When you’re reading the news, it’s easy to take the facts at face value. This is especially true when news comes in the form of social media posts and videos, where information can be presented enticingly and without much of the context needed to fully capture [...]

Cyberbullying and Youth

2023-10-10T14:19:05-04:00October 26, 2023|Blog|

By Kristie Kakos Since the start of chat rooms, social media platforms and any back-and-forth communication between two, or more individuals cyberbullying started evolving. Personally, I come from the “millennial” generation. This generation is considered “digital natives”. We have seen rapid technological growth. This would be such as computers [...]

The Attacks in Israel as Seen on Social Media: A Reminder to Contextualize Violence for Kids

2023-10-10T14:17:16-04:00October 10, 2023|Blog|

By Tylar Bloch The recent tragedies in Israel have reverberated throughout the internet, as the gruesome events are being captured, uploaded, and reshared by netizens around the globe. Consider the video of an Israeli soldier being dragged out of a tank that circulated on social media. Or a post on [...]

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