Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Ten Core Netiquette Kid's Behavior Signs - Via Netiquette IQ

As all young people use and rely more and more on their on-line activity. Parents, teachers and supervisors are having increasing challenges to insure all young people's safety and well being in many different ways. These include bullying, abuse and questionable practices. Since many censorship and monitoring methods are becoming less and less effective, a more practical approach can be to look for abrupt behavioral changes. The following represent some of the most significant. Adults take note!
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Changes in eating habits
        Privacy demands
        Crankiness
        Changes in sleep habits
        Suddenly lower grades
        Fewer family and social interactions
        Neglecting chores or normal responsibilities
        Refusals to log off
        Polite-language degradation
Less outdoor and physical activity

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