In what could be music to the ears of many parents, teenagers who regularly play online games are more likely to get better school scores, an Australian study suggests. Research released from RMIT University has found gaming helps boost results in maths, science and reading. But researchers said scrolling through Facebook, Instagram or chat sites […]
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CyberHound Teams-Up with the South Australian Secondary Principals’ Association CyberHound is thrilled to announce a partnership with one of South Australia’s foremost advocacy groups for school leaders
Adolescents live and breathe in a digital world. Its rapid pace and constant evolution can be addictive to young minds, leaving many parents scratching their heads, worrying about potential negative effects on children.
CyberHound is pleased to announce a formal partnership with the Australian Principals Federation.