7 apps that could cause harm to our students

No one can dispute the importance of technology in today’s homes and classrooms. Seeing a child with a mobile device is nothing new, and many parents conversations today focus on when, and not if, to give a child a smartphone.

But with technology comes responsibility, and many ed-tech stakeholders know how important it is to teach students not just about digital citizenship, but of being aware of their digital footprint and staying responsible and safe online.

Anonymous messaging apps, random video chats, and apps that lock or hide other apps–they’re all a cause for concern.…Read More