June 7, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
Many parents tend to view social media with distrust, seeing it as a timewaster that stops their little ones from personally interacting with their family and friends. The Hill, however, suggests taking a different view: that social media can be a productive way by which young students can become more engaged with what’s happening in the world outside. With their parents to guide them, they can actually be active concerned citizens shaping their future. The following article aligns with this, saying that social media can become a useful tool of interaction between parent and children. Regard it as an ally, and not as an enemy. Read on for more. — Cora Llamas.