Never before children have so many online activities. The other side of the medal is a necessity to monitor kids’ virtual actions. It’s time to talk about new strategy of parenting which cover the Internet issue, and the talking is initiated well by Joan Goodchild in the article for PCWorld.com.
The author brings up vital issue: “what is the right balance of freedom and guidance?”
While in some families kids are banned from social networking and other types of online communication, other families try to teach youngsters to follow certain type of online behavior which allows to feel comfortable in the Internet.
Dear parents, could you please share with other parents how you manage with your kids’ usage of the Internet? Do you monitor the content of online games which your kids play? Do you talk to your kids about their virtual friends? Would you like Driving Kids to embed some monitoring functions for parent in the educational game? We are looking forward to your opinions.