There are no time restraints for cyberbullying. It can happen at any time of the day and any day of the week. But things that happen online get talked about in school the next day. So when it comes to cyberbullying, where are the boundaries for schools and at what point does a school have a legal obligation to investigate? Guest blogger, Sgt. Brian Trainor … Continue reading Is internet safety a school or parent responsibility?
There are lots of fun things to do with your kids, even online! It’s also a great segue into talking with your children about what’s going on in their lives including what’s happening with them online. So to encourage these crucial conversations, here are some fun digital activities that you can do together! Create a stop motion movie. Grab your camera and/or cell phone plus … Continue reading 5 awesome digital projects to do with your kids
One of the many categories our app at VISR closely monitors are signs for activity around substance use, e.g. alcohol, drugs, smoking, etc. Our app alerts you if your child may be engaging in these activities, around other kids engaging in these activities or expressing a curiosity about this. But what do you do now to talk to your child about the dangers of substance … Continue reading Nipping it in the bud
Monday, May 23rd is Victoria Day in Canada, a holiday celebrating the birthday of Queen Victoria and echoing our nation’s British heritage. During her lifetime, Queen Victoria had 9 children in total (4 boys and 5 girls) which has gotten us thinking about how she would pass the time with her large family. Here are six old school activities to do this weekend with your … Continue reading Old school activities to celebrate Victoria Day