How to teach your kids to be safe online?

Discussion in 'Internet' started by jatejano, May 4, 2018.

  1. jatejano

    jatejano New Member

    Kids do what they see, not what they're told. How to teach them to be safe online?
     
  2. Jerson Misperos

    Jerson Misperos New Member

    I teach my kids by the way of Teaching them to navigate the Internet is a lot like teaching them to ride a bike. You teach them well, you stay by their side constantly at first, and as they get older and more confident you back off a little.
     
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  3. Okiki12345

    Okiki12345 New Member

    Step one in raising cybersecurity-conscious kids is to get parents on board so that they preserve excellent safety practices themselves. Kids learn fine by means of instance. If they see mother and father locking down gadgets or instituting principles to do away with rogue downloads, kids will (optimistically) copy that habits.

    Mothers and fathers must introduce security ideas early, Halpert mentioned. Three-yr-olds aren't too young to study general ideas of cybersecurity. The key is to make it enticing and enjoyable.

    Savvy Cyber youngsters, for illustration, produces books that train kids fundamentals about safety, privacy and technological know-how ethics, in the identical manner that numbers and letters are taught. The proposal, Halpert said, is to make the training fascinating ample that the kids naturally take in the teachings.

    Older youngsters must procedure cybersecurity in the identical manner they're taught to strategy actual-existence security-associated occasions. The division of native land security, in its "stop.Believe.Join" crusade, recommends that youngsters now not speak to strangers online, that they gain knowledge of the right way to spot tips like phishing e-mail and that they preclude sharing private knowledge freely.
     
  4. jaynaol22

    jaynaol22 New Member

    its much better if parents are around while there kids is using the internet or I suggest download an app for parental control it would help to make sure kids are safe while they online
     

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