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In light of the Amber Alert from Layton over winter break (read the news story), Innovative Learning invites district families to have conversations about online gaming safety. We have gathered the following resources to help you have those conversations:

Gaming: What parents, teachers, and other caregivers should know

Gaming is extremely popular with our youth. It can take some effort to keep up with the latest games and how they work. Below are links to resources to help you address key safety concerns to support a happier, safer gaming environment for your child.

Commonsense media logoCommon Sense media believes in media that inspires and entertains families of all kinds, in technology that protects privacy and supports communities, and in learning tools that prepare students and teachers for success in a connected world.

Learn about Common Sense Media’s online gaming and other media resources 

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The CEOP Education team is a part of the National Crime Agency in the UK that provides educational training, resources, and information for youth ages 4 – 18, their families, and the professionals who work with them.

Learn more about Gaming: What parents and caregivers need to know 

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