A Working for Kids program is now available to parents!!!
First Pathways is about building strong brain pathways and having fun while you do it.
First Pathways is the branch of Working For Kids: Building Skills that focuses on developing educational games and software that provide activities to help parents and children build strong brain pathways in the first years of life. First Pathways is a collaboration between the neuroscientists who developed the Working For Kids educational program and game designers and developers from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Computing and Information Science.
Together they are developing fun interactive games that children and parents play together that help children build strong brain pathways for important life skills, including communication skills, cognitive skills, social-emotional skills, motor skills, number skills, creative play, and early science learning.”
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Children's Online Privacy
Do-it-yourself house rules for online privacy
The best tool for online privacy success is a great plan that your family can discuss and use together. By talking about the ways you interact online and the potential impact these activities could have on your privacy, you can build a plan that keeps everyone safe and sound.
Privacy is about preserving your ability to control your own personal information so that it doesn't wind up being used in ways you hadn't expected - possibly with negative consequences.
With this tool, parents can take the time to learn how their children spend time online and then discuss ways to protect privacy while communicating, exploring and learning.
This tool is designed for children and preteens, but could also be used as a starting point for a discussion with older teens about online privacy.
To design your family's unique and custom house rules click here:
This tool, information, and link are curtesy of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
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The Privacy Commissioner of Canada is an Agent of Parliament whose mission is to protect and promote privacy rights.
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