Resources for Parents
To support you in keeping your child safe online, you may refer to these additional resources and kits:
|Attachment / Link
|Parent Handbook (I) and (II) on Learning with a Personal Learning Device (PLD)
For more digital parenting tips to help your child navigate the digital environment, please download and refer to the following handbooks.
|Parent Handbook (I)
Parent Handbook (II)
|Infographic on the Personal Learning Devices (PLD) initiative and the DMA Options
This infographic provides an overview of the PLD Initiative and a breakdown of the After-School DMA Parent Options.
|What Do Parents Think About Personal Learning Devices (PLDs)?
The video features five parents whose children are enrolled in schools that utilise PLDs. The parents share their personal experiences on how their child is learning differently with PLDs.
|Parent Kit on Cyber Wellness for Your Child
Living in a digital world has transformed the way we live, work, and play.
This Parent Kit issue on Raising a Digitally Smart Child shares tips and resources on practising appropriate device usage, managing over-reliance on devices and ways to handle cyber-bullying.
|Tips on how to support and guide our students to stay safe online.
The cyberspace provides our students with a vast amount of information and learning opportunities.
These Instagram posts on @parentingwith.moesg shares tips on how to support our students through some of the challenges they may face online and how to guide them to stay safe online.
|We asked parents
Safer Internet Day
|Videos on parents’ roles in raising digital learners.
Video resources from past Instagram and Facebook Live sessions.
|Raising Digitally Smart Kids
Ask Me Anything About Blended Learning
|MOE Cyber Wellness Programme
MOE’s Cyber Wellness education focuses on helping our students to be responsible digital learners.
|SchoolBag – Keeping our teens safe online
From a senior specialist in MOE Guidance Branch, this article offers dos and don’ts for handling screen-related conversations with your teen.
|Media Literacy Council
Provides a list of resources, parents guides covering areas, including those related to cyber-bullying, digital footprints, fake news, inappropriate content, privacy and screen time.
|National Library’s Learning & Information Literacy Resources
The S.U.R.E. (Source, Understand, Research, Evaluate) Campaign is an information literacy awareness campaign initiated by the National Library Board (NLB) of Singapore. It promotes the importance of information searching and discernment. Learn more here!
A suite of self-care tools and resources from HealthHub to help you better understand and manage your mental health.