Monday, November 2, 2009

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How to E-Train Your Child

by zpadmore

Years ago, a bedroom telephone line was the rites of passage from child to adolescent. Parents trusted their tween with private phone calls in their bedroom. A parent knew it wasn't too much trouble a tween can get into in the downtime after dinner and before bedtime. If there were long distance charges, they would show on the bill, and the tween's private telecommunications gig was up.

Today, the Internet is the gateway from childhood to adolescence. GetNetWise, a website guide for parents, suggests prepubescents ages 12 through 14 are ready for independent access to the Internet. At this age, teens use the Internet as a social medium to connect to friends.

Below are tips to help you frame your own family's Internet usage guidelines.

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