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Webinar Question and Answer Panel Tuesday November 16, 2021
grades pre k - 5 session
Grades 6-12 Session
Albemarle County research based screen time information
AAP Guidelines for Media Use in School Aged Children and Adolescents
What is a family media plan and what resources does Common Sense Media offer to families to build one?
Family media agreement for K-12 students from Common Sense Media
Family Media agreement for 0-8 years (in partnership with the Brooklyn Public Library)
Family Tips: printer-friendly pages with digital citizenship tips and advice in multiple languages to share with families.
Social and emotional learning in digital life family conversation starters
Check out our media reviews. Common Sense offers reviews for video games, movies, TV shows, and social media platforms.
These conversation starters are a great place to start with your kids. (Click here for Spanish version)
Parents' ultimate guide to instagram
Ultimate guide to TikTok
Ultimate Guide to YouTube
Here is some advice on Cyberbullying from Common Sense
Advice on when parents should intervene with cyberbullying
Students or parents in the school community can anonymously submit any suspicious activity, bullying or other student related issues to a school administrator(s). We encourage you to report important issues. Click here.
What is COPPA?
Here is some advice on your child’s privacy
Family Field guide (English) (Spanish)
Student Technology Hub
Family Technology Support
Request technology support or report broken devices