News.com reports that in the digital world, where youth juggle any number of tasks–from talking on a cell phone, to doing homework online–life lessons take on a whole new level of complexity. Because of this, a growing number of educational groups and companies are advocating “training wheels” for the internet. While children have an advantage in learning and using technology relative to their parents, experts believe that few of them have a solid understanding of the “dos and don’ts” of online behavior. More than ever, parents and educators are growing more concerned with online safety in light of recent reports of privacy invasions and predators targeting kids based on postings in chat rooms and blogs…