The children in my class are happy with the KidsEmail service
Arbon, Idaho (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Schools have always been a safe place where children are encouraged to learn new information and develop skills that support healthy social development. But because kids are spending an increasing amount of time on the Internet while at school, it is important for parents and teachers to use new educational tools that not only support learning but also promote the safety of each child.
Jacob Anderson, KidsEmail Founder and CEO, has given parents such a tool. KidsEmail is a customizable service that protects kids from dangerous people and images on the Internet. Now this award-winning service is available to teachers for use in their classrooms. Because teachers are responsible for children during the school day, it is up to them to protect their students from online harassment and other dangers.
“The children in my class are happy with the KidsEmail service,” says Jamie, an elementary school teacher from Ohio. “They enjoy learning how to communicate with their friends by sending and receiving email. Not only are we teaching them how to use technology in a safe environment, they are learning how to type as an added benefit. It’s a wonderful experience for them.”
KidsEmail protects children and teens from being victimized online by the effective application of sophisticated technology and email filtering. One of the core features of the service is that children can only send and receive email from authorized people on their contact list. Additionally, parents and teachers are able to receive and review both incoming and outgoing messages. These features eliminate the chances of unwanted contact.
Other robust features of the email service include a powerful spam filtering system and the ability to automatically remove images, links, offensive words, and attachments. These essential safety options not only protect children, they also help keep the computer safe from viruses and malware that can infect the computer through emails.
To learn more about how KidsEmail can protect children in the classroom, and to sign up for a free 30-day trial, visit http://www.kidsemail.org. The service is available at a discount to eligible teachers, staff, and educational institutions.
KidsEmail is an email filtering and protection service designed to shield children from online predators, cyberbullying, and inappropriate material. KidsEmail was established in 2006 by Founder and President Jacob Andersen. The service has been featured in several family publications, and it recently won awards from the Parent's Choice Foundation and Parent Tested Parent Approved Media.