- Alcohol, Drugs, and Smoking
- Back to School
- Cellphone Parenting
- Character Strengths and Life Skills
- Cyberbullying, Haters, and Trolls
- Early Childhood
- Facebook, Instagram, and Social
- Learning with Technology
- Marketing to Kids
- Mental Health
- News and Media Literacy
- Privacy and Internet Safety
- Screen Time
- Sex, Gender, and Body Image
- Special Needs and Learning Difficulties
- Technology Addiction
- Violence in Media
What technology can help my teen do better in school?
Digital learning tools -- including apps, games, and websites -- show a lot of potential for helping kids learn. But with so many products on the market (not to mention grand claims made by marketers), it's hard for parents to know where to start, what works, and what's really worth your time and investment. For recommendations, you can ask the teacher, friends, and parents at your kid's school.
Common Sense makes it easy to find digital learning tools that help kids at nearly every developmental stage and including core skills from reading, math, and science to critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. We believe that, with proper balance and guidance, kids can explore, discover, and learn from digital media in a way that helps them develop skills they'll need to succeed in the 21st century.