We take a multidisciplinary approach to online safety education and management. Our Education & Wellbeing team includes school psychologists, educators and former law enforcement personnel. Our combined experience in child development, research, policing, and classroom management provides us with a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities that participating in a digital environment presents to students, parents, and schools.
With 21st century learning techniques, it is more important than ever to ensure that parents are empowered and informed about how to keep their children safe online. We partner with districts to make educational materials available to educators, parents and students. Our Community program offers three distinct pillars:
Our Online Safety Hubs provide parents, staff, and students with a customized website full of helpful resources on the latest topics, trends, guides, and timely articles, written and curated by our resident digital wellness and online safety experts.
Our live webinars are an opportunity for parents to learn and receive support from Teodora on a range of topics, ensuring that they have the most current tools for keeping their children safe online.
Our parental control app, Qustodio, provides parents with visibility and reporting into what is happening during and after school hours on their child's school-issued device.
Psychologist and Certified Digital Wellness Educator
Director of Community Engagement
Teodora Pavkovic is the Lead Online Safety and Digital Wellness Expert at Linewize, where she leverages her decade-plus of experience as a psychologist, parenting coach and digital wellness practitioner to provide guidance and advice to parents, teachers and school administrators on topics concerning mental health, responsible and safe use of technology, tech ethics, parenting in the digital age and child development.
A prominent figure in the global digital wellness community, Pavkovic is a sought-after public speaker, thought leader and media expert.
In this TedX talk, she addresses the topic of emotional regulation and raising children to be emotionally literate.
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Sager, J. (2021, October 11). These Are the TikTok Challenges Every Teacher Should Know About. Teach Starter. https://www.teachstarter.com/us/blog/school-tiktok-challenges-kids-doing/Read article
Weiner, Y. (2018, October 16). 5 Ways To Create a Healthy Relationship With Technology, With Psychologist Teodora Pavković. Thrive Global. https://thriveglobal.com/stories/5-ways-to-create-a-healthy-relationship-with-technology-with-psychologist-teodora-pavkovic/Read article
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Ingrum, A. (2018, November 30). How to Raise Teens Who Are World-Aware Global Citizens. NY Metro Parents. https://www.nymetroparents.com/article/how-to-raise-teens-who-are-award-of-the-world-around-themRead article
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Monitoring is the ability to observe students’ online behavior in real-time to pinpoint potential risks and ensure student safety. This type of monitoring helps protect students' personal information, protect them from vulnerabilities on social media, and educate them about internet safety.