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In this student-friendly episode, Josh Ochs talks to parents in The Covina-Valley Unified School District teaching them how their kids can shine online. He shares some anti-bullying tips, good and bad apps, how to have a dialogue with your kids and more.
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Guest info: Josh Ochs, Founder of https://SmartSocial.com
How do we bridge a generation gap between kids and their parents? As a parent, have you struggled to communicate with your teenage kids? Kids, are you keeping secrets to your parents to avoid being called out? If yes is your answer to these questions, listen to this episode as Josh shared tips and advice that parents can use to help your kids shine online.
- The best social media safety resource is having a healthy dialogue with your kids
- Consider not commenting on your students' post on social media. Give them the social space they need.
- Let the kids be the expert. Put your kids' interests first.
3 keys to success
When should my kids be public online?
0-13 years olds should be private online
At the age of 14 - 15, the discussion starts on what to go public.
By the age 15, they can start posting positive images on social media.
When they reach 17, colleges and universities can find positive footprints of your kids online
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