How to teach children to use the Internet and why not limit the time kids with gadgets

Parents do not allow children to do the Internet more than a few hours. However, research suggests that it affects the analytical thinking of children in the future. Scientists say that it is better to teach the child to use the Internet rather than pick up the phone.

Today, the world is full of bright content on various topics, media for all tastes, a variety of news and the like. No wonder why parents don’t want their children long “sitting” in the network. However, if they don’t do worse, such limitations? After all, if the child is able to navigate in the network space, it would be difficult to compete with classmates in the University, transfers the edition “All education”.

Much more important not to restrict but to teach the child to use gadgets and the Internet. How to do it?

  • Make every step a child’s education. Child will encounter on the Internet with everything, there’s no way to leave. However, you can from any situation to extract a lesson or moral.
  • Also teach your child tobe ontrolirovat advertisingthat is shown on websites. Google, for example, respond well to complaints and requests for advertising.
  • But if someone persistently wants to add friends and write messages to your child, explain what is privacy on the Internet, about the dangers of sexting and stalkerstva.

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  • Do not upload photos with your child on the Internet without his approval. Understand the child is a person, and he also has the right to decide. if he wants his picture seen by other people or not.
  • Follow the social networks of your children. This does not mean that you should choose passwords from a page of your child. Better get yourself a personal page in the social networks where your child was.
  • Once again do not comment on photos or posts your child because he will feel very uncomfortable.
  • Teach your child to be critical of the information that gets to him. You and your kids need to learn to find accurate information and not get lost in the frenzied online space.

Maria Bondar

Children and minors
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