Mozilla's Mark Surman tells us how his taste in music as a teenager can teach kids about the web.
Want you and your kids to learn more about digital literacy? Join TVOParents and TVOKids in Kitchener-Waterloo for the first stop in the "TVO On the Road: Learning 2030" tour.
Cheryl and I recently went to the Brain Power Conference in Toronto. And we were fortunate to meet up with some parents who follow us on Twitter and Facebook...including Stephanie Ly - a thoughtful, engaged Mom, who won tickets in our Brain Power Conference ticket giveaway.
You have time to read this blog post because the kids are at daycare or school, or on a play date. They’re safe, they’re having fun, and they’re with their friends.
But is that a good thing?
According to developmental psychologist Gordon Neufeld, peers can help foster a sense of self-esteem and belonging in your child. They can also help kids learn how to get along with each other. And let’s face it, friends mean we don’t have to spend every waking