How do SA kids see #Coronavirus in a TikTok and Instagram-based world?
And how can parents guide and support them? SA’s Digital Life Skills experts offer 7 key tips for parents. As Covid-19 has exploded from a distant
How DSG, Grahamstown, Gained Valuable Digital Life Skills
Do you have a problem with social media and smart devices in your school (e.g. bullying or sexting, or shaming, or privacy violation)? It seems
The TikTok #skullbreaker challenge is dangerous.
In an era of fake news and Momo Hoaxes it can be hard to work out what to be worried about, or where the real
Safer Internet Day empowers youth to make smarter online decisions
Celebrated annually, Safer Internet Day takes place on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 and South Africa’s leading online safety Program in schools, MySociaLife, has partnered with
Children’s Mental Health Week 2020
Many parents and teachers, even doctors and psychologists are feeling lost at sea by the technological divide. Dean McCoubrey, founder of MySociaLife, a South African
Anti-Bullying Week – South Africa ranks high in global survey on cyberbullying
South Africa showed the highest prevalence of cyberbullying in a recent report by Ipsos Global, based on research in 28 countries. The report showed that more than
The smartphone agreement. One-size-does-not-fit-all.
Download our smartphone agreement and tips here. There’s something we so often miss when we decide to tackle the online issue with our kids. We listen
Schools, parents “Need to take it seriously”: World Mental Health Day
On World Mental Health Day (10 October), supported by the World Health Organisation, The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) notes that nine percent of all teenage
Parents and teachers fail to fully understand life online: Digital Citizenship Week South Africa
This week, 14 – 18 October, it’s Digital Citizenship Week South Africa (#DigCitWeek), but, as we witness online, it’s a relevant concept that’s important year-round