Child Safety

Parents and Teachers participation in the learning processing
TEACHER NOTES values the concern that a parent or teacher has towards their ward regarding their educational needs. Hence, TEACHER NOTES is constantly engaged in designing learning tools to empower all parties i.e. parents, teachers (mentors) and students. Active participation of all these groups ensures a foolproof learning solution for the child.

Steps to start learning with (F.T.A)

  1. First, register with all the details over and review the demos.
  2. Ensure that your ward is well acquainted to the learning solutions and various tools.
  3. Encourage your kid to do self-study.
  4. Monitor the child's performance through reports.

Ward's with actively involved Parents/Teacher's

  1. Experience stress-free Learning experience.
  2. Achieve consistent and long term academic success.
  3. Adapt to positive learning behavior.
  4. Gain better grades in their tests and performances.
  5. Gain analysis of their strengths & weaknesses and corrective measures.

Internet & Child Safety

The Internet has become an integral part of our lives and revolutionized our communication process. World Wide Web is a wonderful resource for children. At the same time, it poses challenges to your children's safety and privacy as well. It's important to keep updated with what your children see and browse on the Internet. To ensure healthy learning from the internet, vigilant parenting and monitored usage are necessary.  is committed to providing a safe and enriching learning experience online.

To ensure Child Safety,  Teacher Notes aim's to

  1. Advise parents with the basics of online safety.
  2. Educate children on online safety measures.

Advice to parents

  1. Learn: Be computer literate and learn to block objectionable material.
  2. Share: Share an email account with your child to monitor messages.
  3. Bookmark: Bookmark frequently visited sites for quick and easy access.
  4. Spend time: Spend time online together to teach your children to appropriate online behavior
  5. Advice: Refrain children from entering chat rooms. Be aware that posting messages to chat rooms reveals a user's email address to others.
  6. Limit: Limit their online time per day aside from a special school project.
  7. Check: Check your credit card and phone bills for unfamiliar account charges.
  8. Monitor: Monitor what your child did without your supervision.
  9. Explain: Explain how to react in case they come across inappropriate content.
  10. Respond: Respond to your child when he/she reports an uncomfortable online experience.

Internet safety tips

  1. Keep the computer in a common room of the house so that you can keep an eye on the computer activity.
  2. Sit along with your children while they browse the internet.
  3. Check web history to know the sites they visit.
  4. Switch on the Filtering and Safe-Search options.
  5. Ask children not to share personal information (names, addresses, or phone numbers) on public sites.
  6. Create a screen name to protect their real identity.
  7. Teach children, not to pirate software or other utilities.
  8. Protect passwords and ask children not to use the 'Remember Me' option on public computers like at school or in net cafes.
  9. Brief children about 'Report Abuse' and 'Flag' options in case they come across inappropriate content.
  10. Avoid 'In-person meetings' with people they meet online.
  11. Advise children to check the credibility and genuineness of the information on sites.
  12. Install Parental Control software that helps block access to certain sites.
  13. Use parent-control options to block inappropriate material.
  14. Follow online safety tips for a safe internet experience
  15. It is important to show children your concern by actively participating in learning with TEACHER-NOTES Share the fun and excitement of learning in a brand new way, sit with them, appreciate their efforts, encourage them to explore and excel.


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