[Coming Soon] Mobile Internet Options for Families and Homeschooling

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Managing a family can certainly be a complicated endeavor in the best of times.  When a family goes nomadic the complications increase.  Add in the need for mobile internet access for all aspects of modern family life and the complexity can become overwhelming.

There are some unique challenges of mobile internet that can impact families - everything from keeping the kids entertained, to controlling and managing access, to ensuring you have the internet options you need for critical family tasks like work and homeschooling - or even giving the adults a break while the kids watch Netflix (which, as any parent knows, can be very important!).

Additionally,  kids today grow up with technology and are completely comfortable with the internet - after all, they don't have any experience living in a world without it, and chances are they may be accustomed fixed, wired internet available in homes, which provides a stable, unlimited, always-on connection.  As a result, they can be voracious consumers of internet content if left unchecked and won’t initially understand that mobile internet on the road or water can come with limits they aren’t used to.

In this guide we'll cover all the impacts of mobile internet for nomadic families.  This guide is also intended to help all families regardless of family composition.  As such, it will provide guidelines, factors to consider, and some specific examples to give you the information to make sound mobile internet decisions based on your specific family composition and priorities.

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Included in this Guide:

  • Overview
  • Analyzing Your Family's Mobile Internet Needs
  • Homeschooling
  • Managing Family Access
    • Tips and Tricks for Managing Mobile Internet Access
    • Parental Controls

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