Setting Controls for an iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

From OSX Daily, here’s an extremely useful guide for filtering content and setting parental controls.

How to Use Restrictions as Parental Controls on an iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

It’s written with super clear instructions and includes plenty of screen shots… and while many are familiar with the restrictions for in-app purchases, I don’t think everyone’s aware of the options they have available for protecting kids from explicit language and content.

A highly recommended read for anyone working or living with kids and devices…

More hints and tips in the classroom...

SAS PXHS Health & Wellness

Article: What Students Have to Say About Skill-Based Health Education Slides: PXHS Student Health & Wellness SEL/Wellness Alignment Chart PK-12 Additional Resources: New York Times

Past Presentations

Presentations and Workshops:  Click on the green hyperlinks for resources or contact amy@thehealthteacher.com for more info. Positive Prevention: A New Approach to Health Ed SXSWEdu

Meditation Resources

Last year, after learning about the powerful impact meditation was having on middle school students in San Francisco, we decided to give it a try in