They only access content suitable for their age

Managing a child´s first smartphone should not have to involve snatching it from their grasp, when the parent wants them to stop using a game or accessing inappropriate content. Doing this multiple times can cause some psychological issues. There is an easier way: Blabloo and Geniora smartphones. With the Blabloo and Geniora smartphones, once this…

Parents can manage their child´s screen time remotely

Remote education has presented many challenges for parents and schools the world over. Studies show that screen time can have both positive and adverse impacts on children, and this shift to online education has only increased a child’s time with their devices. In fact, according to a Unicef report there is a “Goldilocks Hypothesis” for…

New global data reveal education technology’s impact on learning

On 12th June 2020 McKinsey published a new article on the ever-present subject of the impact on learning of educational technology. Based on the PISA data report, published every 3 years, the OECD tests globally 15-year-olds on maths, reading, and science, going “beyond the numbers” by asking students, principals, teachers, parents about attitudes, behaviours, and…