Screen time limits – set limits for each day of the week, for example, you have the ability to allow for more time on the weekends or reduce time during the school week Content filters – set filters based on the age of each child; an 8-year old can only access games rated E, and will be blocked from accessing titles that are too mature Play and communication settings – block all access to play and communication with other players, limit access to “friends only” or grant permission for older children to play and chat with “everyone” Activity reports – view daily and weekly activity reports for each child to understand how they are spending their time on Xbox … [Read more...] about New Xbox app for parents lets you log kids off and set time limits from anywhere
Games for 10 year old kids
The song, when it comes, is a moment of understanding between the game and the player. You’re not just a participant any more. You’re a creator. “This is a moment,” it tells you. “Don’t let go of it”. It’s a progression of the form, it’s a masterpiece of expressionist narrative and – without exaggeration – it is my favourite single moment from any piece of culture that I have ever experienced. If Red Dead Redemption 2 can top that – if it can even come close – I’ll be astounded. … [Read more...] about Do we need Red Dead Redemption 2 when the first provided gaming’s best moment?
Whether in or out of school, there are a great number of people who would relish the chance to step into the past in the way Discovery Tour enables. “For a lot of people, ancient Egypt is ungraspable,” says Jean Guesdon, creative director on the Assassin’s Creed games. “We give access to a world that was lost. Nobody knows exactly what it was like – this is an interpretation, of course – but it has good foundations in terms of research.” … [Read more...] about ‘We give access to a lost world’: Assassin’s Creed’s new life as a virtual museum
“I have been simply awestruck by the humble and dutiful actions of my current postgraduate student teachers,” said Grant. “This self-initiated response to a crisis in our educational establishment, after the student teachers had been told categorically that they were not duty-bound by their course to contribute to schools post-lockdown, made me proud to think of the calibre of character we have entering our schools in September 2020.” … [Read more...] about Britain’s teacher heroes: the legends of lockdown lessons
Ramos's water fall – Real Betis, 2007 When it comes to an insatiable thirst for hurling a random panoply of objects on to the field of play, Spanish fans are among the best. Everyone knows about the infamous pig's head that was launched Luis Figo's way on his return to the Camp Nou. But that was just one object in a catalogue of bizarre missiles that, over the course of his trips to his former club, included a bike chain, golf balls and mobile phones. Oh, and a severed cockerel's head. Then there was the tap at Rayo Vallecano, the lollipops and coins, and the paper airplanes thrown at David Beckham in Pamplona. By the ballboys. Far more serious were the fireworks launched across the stadium when Betis played Sevilla and the frozen water bottle that was thrown at Juande Ramos when the two sides met at the Ruiz de Lopera. Ramos was knocked cold and the culprit was eventually caught. A Betis director insisted that it was an "isolated incident". It most certainly was not. SL … [Read more...] about Gluttony – part four