10 boys face child pornography charges: What parents need to know about sexting Ten boys between the ages of 13 and 15 were arrested on child pornography charges in Laval (QC) last week, after they were caught circulating sexually explicit photographs of girls their own age. Laval police arrested the boys at their homes early in the morning on allegations that they had been taking the pictures of girls they knew – in some cases their own girlfriends – and trading the digital images amongst themselves. All of the teens were charged with possession and distribution of child pornography, while two of the boys also face charges for producing child pornography. The whole story is quite exceptional for a number of interesting reasons (click here to hear my discussion with CBC Radio’s Homerun host Sue Smith about this case): There are several things that make this case particularly intriguing. The second interesting thing about this case is the show of force from the police.
Key resources / Teaching in HPE / Home - Health & PE You are here: Key resources for teaching Health Education, Physical Education, and Home Economics. The following resource material can be used for teaching and learning programmes. All programmes should be based on the needs of students and guided by The New Zealand Curriculum (2007). What parents need to know about Kik, the messaging app popular with tweens and teens Kik is an app that is very popular with tweens. It's also not intended to be used by tweens and can be dangerous for kids with sexual predators using Kik to request naked photos or inquire about a tween user's sexual experience. Here's what parents need to know about Kik, the hugely popular app that has 90 million users. * Kik is an instant messaging app that is similar to texting but users have multiple options of talking with individuals, with groups and within a social networking environment. Users can also use Kik to send photos and files and send greeting cards.
Health and physical education / Learning areas / The New Zealand Curriculum He oranga ngākau, he pikinga waiora. In health and physical education, the focus is on the well-being of the students themselves, of other people, and of society through learning in health-related and movement contexts. Four underlying and interdependent concepts are at the heart of this learning area: Hauora1 – a Māori philosophy of well-being that includes the dimensions taha wairua, taha hinengaro, taha tinana, and taha whānau, each one influencing and supporting the others.
Five Great College Campaigns Promoting Consent How are college students fighting rape culture on their campuses? We have five great examples. College students from across the country (and even Ireland!) entered to win the Consent Revolution Awards sponsored by art group FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture. Indiana's NewsCenter: News, Sports, Weather, Fort Wayne WPTA-TV, WISE-TV, and CW August 22, 2013Updated Aug 22, 2013 at 10:36 AM EDT INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHR) -- Police have a warning about a new smart phone app. Cyber cops tell us more child predators are using apps like Kik to contact children, and police are powerless to stop it. Some parents are already outsmarting would-be predators.
KiwiDex The KiwiDex manual provides a range of ideas and games for teachers and physical activity providers. Fun, informal activities develop the basic movement skills used in sport and other physical activities. They encourage kids to be spontaneous and creative, and give them the enthusiasm and confidence to move into sport and stay involved. The activities can be adapted to suit the children, facilities, and people available to lead them. Download KiwiDex
cantcatchthesloth: the complete set of posters,... “If you repeatedly criticize someone for liking something you don’t, they won’t stop liking it. They’ll stop liking you.” Cornmeal Blueberry Cake Weirdly, this is a good recipe for when you have some extra ricotta and yogurt that you need to get rid of.
7 Cyber "Don'ts" That Help Keep Kids and Teen Safer Online REALITY CHECK: One survey found that half of three thousand U.S. children surveyed during the previous six months said they or someone they know had been victims or guilty of cyberbullying. Talk to your kids and monitor that computer! Our kids are called the “Net Generation” and for good reason. After all, this is the first group born into the era of Ipods, cell phones, text messaging, websites, podcasts, and blogs. A Mighty Girl Spotlight: Talking with Younger Girls about their Bodies By Katherine Handcock, A Mighty Girl Senior Research Intern Since the moment someone said, “It’s a girl” or “It’s a boy”, sex has been a part of your child’s life. And while there has been at least one highly publicized (and debated) effort to raise a baby without gender, the truth is that, sooner or later, every child will notice how their body is the same, or different, from other bodies.
Nearly a quarter of seventh graders are sexting – what parents can do about it Does your tween have a phone? If so, is he/she is sexting? Although most parents find it hard to fathom of their tween sending graphic and explicit messages and photos, a new study in the journal Pediatrics found that nearly a quarter of seventh graders are sexting. The study included a survey of 410 seventh graders in Rhode Island found that the 22 percent of 12 to 14 year-olds engaged in sexting in the past six months, and those tweens more likely to engage in sexual behavior. Researchers found that girls were more likely to send photos of themselves than boys, which they believe happens because boys may request girls’ pictures more often. What should parents do?
We Tell Kids to 'Go to Sleep!' We Need to Teach Them Why. Photo We tell children why it’s important to eat their vegetables. We tell them why they need to get outside and run around.