As schools start to open, students of all ages have the opportunity to define personal privacy in realtime situations.
During the (boring) summer months, kids frequently shared the smallest details of everyday life. But now that schools are open, face time with friends is becoming a reality.
Realtime relationships are shaped differently than those with online acquaintances. When kids observe a facial reaction and read body language, perhaps they will grow in learning what to keep private and what to share.
It’s a lesson some parents might want to re-learn, too.