Friday 28 July: online safety for kids this summer + teachers spending part of summer thinking over how the year went + exam papers checked for distressing content and more...
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Friday 21 July: Should kids study over summer? + online abuse on Twitter falls + who was the man who predicted the Internet? And more...
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Friday 7 July: Smartphones and the rise in head lice + argumentative children doing well in the core three subjects + over a third of kids adding strangers online.
The mobile phone is no longer simply used for calling and sending texts, it is now also a valuable educational tool. As we mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, Marjun Ziarati looks at some of the ways the smartphone is changing how young people learn.
Friday 30 June: Celebrities unite against bully on Twitter + Smartphones changing the shape of eyes + British teens seen as 'extreme internet users' and more
Former secondary school teacher, and new addition to the Parent Zone team, Marjun Ziarati, talks about the benefits of technology and the importance of working closely with parents to prepare young people to cope with life in a digital age.
2 June: The importance of SRE for young people + teachers falling for online pranks + German court denies access to dead girl's Facebook account.
26 May: Tips for teachers following terrorist incidents, plummeting teaching applications + Twitter reacts to the Edexel GCSE Maths exam.
School hate crimes rose during Brexit + the net's new favourite scientist + child smartphone use linked to speech delays + Pokémon Go Grass Festival starts today!