Parenting for the Digital Generation - Jon M. Garon

Parenting for the Digital Generation

A Guide to Digital Education and the Online Environment

Parenting for the Digital Generationprovides a practical handbook for parents, grandparents, teachers, and counselors who want to understand both the opportunities and the threats that exist for the generation of digital natives who are more familiar with a smartphone than they are with a paper book. Les mer
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Parenting for the Digital Generationprovides a practical handbook for parents, grandparents, teachers, and counselors who want to understand both the opportunities and the threats that exist for the generation of digital natives who are more familiar with a smartphone than they are with a paper book. This book provides straightforward, jargon-free information regarding the online environment and the experience in which children and young adults engage both inside and outside the classroom.

The digital environment creates many challenges, some of which are largely the same as parents faced before the Internet, but others which are entirely new. Many children struggle to connect, and they underperform in the absence of the social and emotional support of a healthy learning environment. Parents must also help their children navigate a complex and occasionally dangerous online world.

This book provides a step-by-step guide for parents seeking to raise happy, mature, creative, and well-adjusted children. The guide provides clear explanations of the keys to navigating as a parent in the online environment while providing practical strategies that do not look for dangers where there are only remote threats.
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Forlag: Rowman & Littlefield
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781475861952
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Preface

Introduction

1. Creating a Healthy Digital Family

2. Managing Online Engagement

3. Information and Digital Literacy

4. Online Education Fundamentals

5. How to be an Engaged Parent in Online and Blended Education

6. Equity and Equality for Online and Blended Education

7. Beyond High School - the Professional Online Presence

8. Copyright, Creativity, and the Teen Artist

9. Mature and Explicit Content

10. Cyberstalking and Online Harassment

11. Radicalization

12. The Dark Web

13. My Child the Hacker

14. Everyday Safety Online: Safe Shopping, Consumer Privacy, and Government's Rights to Search

15. Protecting against Identity Theft and Fraud: A Nontechnical Introduction to Cybersecurity for the Family

Conclusion: Building Balance Online and Offline

Appendices

List of Acronyms

Bibliography

About the Author
Jon M. Garon is Professor of Law and immediate past Dean at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law. He serves as the Director of the Intellectual Property, Cybersecurity, and Technology Law Program.