But, jump ahead a couple of grades, and this can become a real serious issue. That often means allowing kids the room to falter, make mistakes, and then troubleshoot their way to a solution on their own.In this instance, that could mean laying down the rules, and then allowing your children to handle this new technology on their own, and hope they do it responsibility.Parents need to know that Marco Polo Video Walkie Talkie is a social media app that allows users to communicate via video messages either in real time or with a delay between messages.It's best described as an instant messenger but done with videos, and many compare it to Snapchat's video function.It’s no wonder that nearly half of us never make video calls on mobile.” Google has been offering a video call service through Hangouts since 2013, but that is now being specifically tailored for business meetings.Duo is the first of two new mobile apps from the American firm, with a messaging app called Allo set to be released over the next few months.
Now granted, the kid is in Grade 5, and I’m sure it’s all pretty harmless at this stage.
A little bit of socializing during homework is OK so long as it's productive and instructive.
In fact, lots of teachers assign projects for students to work on as a team using collaborative tools such as Google Docs, Collaborize Classroom, and Edmodo.
No, it had nothing to do with our school meeting, it was more 5 women sitting in a kitchen with our ‘mommy hats’ on.
She proceeded to tell us, that her son in Grade 5, has been having quite the time video chatting with his friends. But that means, if your kids have an Ipod Touch, an old deactivated Iphone, a computer in their room, or are borrowing your Ipad, they have the ability to literally be “hanging” with their friends until all hours of the night unsupervised.