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Are they really your friends? Do they pretend well? Or do they really have your back? Social Media celeb Trent Shelton breaks down what friends are.
A group of Texas A&M researchers have created a social network for students to learn how to appropriately engage in online activity. Inspired by one of the researcher’s personal experience with cyber bullying, the group is hoping to teach 7-12 year olds how to recognize cyberbullying and what to do to stop it. KidGab a social network designed in partnership with Girl Scouts of Central Texas – it provides a place for kids to learn how to be better cyber citizens. Through games, quizzes and interactive programming, students between age 7 and 12 learn how to recognize cyberbullying and how to help stop it.
In Hall of Heroes, students navigate the transition to a superhero middle school, including making new friends, dealing with peer pressure, and discovering their strengths. Students will also practice middle school readiness skills, such as locker combinations and getting to class on time. This simulated school environment is a safe space for students to acquire and practice skills before trying them in real-world situations. Find it here: