Sleep experts agree that teens need around nine hours of sleep a night, but by 2015, 43 percent of teens reported sleeping less than seven hours a night on most nights – meaning almost half of U.S. teens are significantly sleep-deprived. Should bedrooms be a no-phone zone? Read more for practical suggestions for teens and their families.
Category: Parental Restrictions
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Want to know what your child is installing on their device, but you don’t want to interfere with instructional apps being installed? In restrictions turn off the ability to delete apps. This way your child can install apps anytime but they need your restriction passcode to delete apps. Check the device occasionally to see …
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Now that my children are using iPads at school, I notice that they are having to do more school work online. They have to access their teacher’s Schoology page for assignments, use the Internet to access textbooks, and they conduct online research or other work within the Google Apps. How am I supposed to know …
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Notifications with the Infinite Campus mobile apps allow users access to student information anytime, anywhere. You can set personal preferences for push notifications so you’re immediately notified about changes in attendance, grades and assignments. Infinite Campus has created video tutorials the iOS app and for the android app.
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