Internet Safety Podcast: In part two of this series on child privacy and data privacy, we’re taking the perspective of the school. We’re joined by the principal of a private school who will share the implication of data privacy laws amid the pandemic and the stay at home order, her concern for the mental health of students, her advice to fellow school administrators on using social media, and how parents can help their children cope.
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Internet Safety Podcast: In part two of this series on child privacy and data privacy, we’re taking the perspective of the school. We’re joined by the principal of a private school who will share the implication of data privacy laws amid the pandemic and the stay at home order, her concern for the…
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- The impact of the pandemic on schools and educators
- How schools are accidentally putting children at risk via social media
- Best practices for schools using Facebook and Twitter
- Mental health impact of the pandemic on students
- Tips for helping children with their anxiety
- Two resources available online related to children, mental health, and the pandemic
- How hashtags on school-based social media posts can put children at risk
- Link between device time and diminished mental health
- BOOK: iGen by Jean Twenge
- BOOK: The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle
- Connection between device use and neuroplasticity and tech addiction.
- Berinato, Scott. “That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief.” Harvard Business Review, 16 Apr. 2020, hbr.org/2020/03/that-discomfort-youre-feeling-is-grief.
- Coyle, Daniel. The Talent Code Greatness Isn’t Born. It’s Grown. Arrow, 2010.
- Julian, Story by Kate. “What Happened to American Childhood?” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 27 Apr. 2020, www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/05/childhood-in-an-anxious-age/609079/.
- Twenge, Jean M. IGen: Why Today’s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy–and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood: and What That Means for the Rest of Us. Atria Paperback, 2018.
- Facebook Rant – mentioned in the episode
- Video morning announcements- mentioned in the episode
- COPPA Law – learn more about the FTC’s COPPA law here
- CIPA Law – learn more about the FCC’s CIPA law here
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Jesse "Big Mama" Weinberger is an Internet Safety Speaker for schools, the host of the Internet Safety Podcast: Big Mama's House Podcast, and the author of The Boogeyman Exists: And He’s In Your Child’s Back Pocket; a guide for parents and educators on how to keep children safe in a 24-7 always connected digital society. Learn more about how to keep your children safe online. She has been teaching parents, schools, and students how to navigate online and mobile risks since 2003. Jesse is available for internet safety presentations to schools, parents, students, and organizations all over the United States.