At the hospital when my youngest daughter was born, I swear there were Apple and Samsung reps in the hallway trying to sign her to a brand, well at least it feels that way sometimes. I’ve received some odd looks from people when they ask what my daughters like to use on an iPad and I tell them that they don’t have one, and won’t unless it is compulsory for school. I survived my early childhood without a device, and I’m sure they will survive theirs.
However, I digress. I’m really writing about digital footprints. Teaching kids about being cyber-smart isn’t the easiest job in the world, but it has to be done.