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Children are interested in the news. But in an era of misinformation and fake news, how can you help them to think critically about the media? Tanya Notley and Michael Dezuanni offer some tips.
Children benefit when parents get involved in their learning. But when it comes to homework, parents need to be careful to put limits on the assistance they give, writes Melissa Barnes.
How to turn boys into good men, the power of showing up for our children, why the kids are alright, and more...
How parents can help teachers, encouraging positive body image, when teens abuse their parents, and more...
The eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant explains how her office has teamed up with the ABC's Play School to develop new resources for parents of children under 5, including a downloadable Family Tech Agreement.
School is about to go back. Are you and your child ready? Here are some suggestions to make the transition easier. By Christine Grove and Kelly-Ann Allen.
University of Melbourne's Professor Meaghan O'Donnell provides some useful, research-backed advice to support family and friends who have been through life-threatening and distressing events.
How do we talk with our children about the bushfire emergency? Caroline Ellen offers some useful advice about how to approach this difficult conversation. You'll also find links to other resources.
After the hard slog of VCE, it's time to choose a course. Careers expert Helen Green gives advice on how to make the right choice.