To prevent your family computer from data loss due to an attack from computer viruses or hackers, it's highly recommended to backup all data from the hard-drive to another storage medium, such as recordable DVDs or USB thumb drives.
Parents' Corner
CESY Introduction for Parents
  1. Do you want your child to be law-abiding, self-disciplined, and self-motivated in his/her teenage years?
  2. Do you want less conflict with your child, especially over the use of the computer?
If Yes, take action NOW
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Start with understanding your child's needs at his/her present age
2.
Adopt appropriate attitudes: encourage mutual trust and communication
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Help him/her analyze a situation from different angles
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Give age-appropriate freedom, rules, and a sense of responsibility
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Develop your child's emotional control abilities at a young age
  • Be aware of your own emotions and those of others
  • Exercise control over your emotions
  • Know how to control your own behaviour
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Foster his/her self-confidence
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When your child uses the computer in ways you don't like
  • keep calm;
  • listen to his/her reasons;
  • communicate your views, feelings, and worries; and
  • let your child suggest ways of improving the situation.
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Learn more computer and Internet skills
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