Adults think young people use their devices too much; young people think adults don’t know what they’re talking about. I think we all need to know the facts, need to be able to discern truth from twaddle – and that’s where I can help. I share what the science says. For links to research and other resources on this topic, please go to Extras. For my posts on the topic, see below. Do use the search box to find specific topics.
Recently, I really enjoyed being interviewed by the tour de force that is Sonja Lewis, creator of the You Inside Out blog and podcast for
This question in the recent Ask Nicola Morgan competition comes from The London Oratory School. And no, I haven’t decided who the competition winners are
As part of the Ask Nicola Morgan competition** going on right now, every school to enter gets at least one question answered on my website and
Schools have been focusing for a long time on online safety – by which they mean avoiding danger. That’s very important, of course. But there
Teachers of KS2 (upper primary) might like this free resource from ParentZone and Google, Be Internet Legends. I can’t check it out, as I’m not