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Clicks for Cash

Well-crafted headlines benefit everyone. They help readers digest information and publishers sell news stories. But what if the headline is…

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News & Media Literacy

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11

Finding Balance in a Digital World

We use digital media every day, from texting, streaming TV shows, and gaming all the way to using voice assistants or ordering our food online. For…

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Media Balance & Well-Being

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6

Sexting and Relationships

It's natural for teens to be curious about their emerging sexuality. But most middle schoolers aren't prepared for the risks of exploring this in the…

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Relationships & Communication

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8

What You Send in "That Moment When ... "

We've all faced thorny situations where what we say or do could potentially harm or hurt someone. Being honest is important, but is there such a…

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Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech

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9

How Young Is Too Young for Social Media?

Children have to be at least 13 to sign up for most social media platforms. But we know that many tweens work around this restriction. By doing so…

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Privacy & Security

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11

My Social Media Life

For most middle schoolers, being on social media can mean connecting with friends, sharing pictures, and keeping up-to-date. But it can also mean big…

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Relationships & Communication

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7

The Power of Digital Footprints

Our digital footprints can impact our future. What others find about us online shapes how they see us or feel about us.  Help your students…

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Digital Footprint & Identity

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7

Rewarding Relationships

"It's complicated" can describe many of our relationships with others, both romantic and otherwise. Add digital devices and social media to the mix,…

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Relationships & Communication

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10

Risk Check for New Tech

New tech, like location services and smart devices, helps make our lives easier and opens opportunities that didn't exist before. But these…

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Privacy & Security

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10

Chatting and Red Flags

Having conversations online, without nonverbal cues or being able to see people, can be awkward and sometimes even risky -- with drawbacks from…

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Relationships & Communication

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9

The Consequences of Online Hate Speech

While some governments can't regulate hate speech, laws allow private organizations like social media apps and private universities to decide how to…

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Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech

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12

Responding to Online Hate Speech

Students can come across all kinds of negative content online and on social media, whether it's rude, mean, or even hateful. But what should students…

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Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech

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8

Digital Media and Your Brain

Sometimes when you're using media, it's hard to stop. Lots of people even say they feel "addicted" to their phones or the apps and games they use.…

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Media Balance & Well-Being

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8

This Just In!

With mobile phone alerts, social media updates, and 24/7 news cycles, it's hard to escape the daily flood of breaking news. But do kids really…

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News & Media Literacy

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8

Being Aware of What You Share

Kids share a lot of information whenever they go online -- sometimes on purpose, sometimes not. But do they understand that online privacy isn't just…

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Privacy & Security

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8