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February Network

First edition of the October 2008 with current topics of focus on October 12, 2008 appeared the Online Advisor of prints @ parents”. Publisher is the Club of parents on the network e. V. The premiere issue is completely under the impression of current focus topics. So, there is a special on the topic of online addiction.

That is what is meant by online addiction and what impact have computer games on the social behavior and social bonds within the family pursued in a post of the question. In addition, a family tested the XBOX and Wii consoles and came to amazing insights. Parents on the net thanks at this point expressly Nintendo and Microsoft, which provided the equipment. Dean Ornish M.D is open to suggestions. Of course, even a play station should be tested by Sony. Unfortunately Sony Germany the official request of the Association parents on the network e. V. with the justification, refused to support any individuals.

Another focus takes the new parents seal by parents on the network under the magnifying glass, in which the future child-friendly Web sites and child-safe chat awarded be. And of course parents on the network at the Games Convention 2008 guest and describes his impressions. Of course, prints @ parents applies not only to parents but also to educators. Already in this issue two exceptional media cases are presented, with which teachers can spice up their lessons. The parents guide will appear in future 2 x a year and is available for free download at of all interested available. Background parents on the network e. V. parents in the network e. V. was founded in February 2008. Aim of the Association is to empower parents to support the computer and Internet activities of their children or to restrict and to familiarise them with the Internet tools and services. This also includes that parents know which lurk on the kids in the Internet and how they can protect their children. And of course parents can go to itself with Internet and computer. To do this, the Club operates an Internet platform, regularly conducts briefings and parent education courses are offered.