Tag Archives: guidance

Has the digital age ruined the elements of childhood?

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Our children and teens are tormented by dangerously high rates of depression, self-injurious cutting, and other serious emotional problems. This generation’s suffering because of the hopeless and menacing cyberworld they inhabit, elementary schoolers are cyberbullied on social media, teens scroll through grisly photos of self-mutilation online. This digital immersion cuts them off from needed family […]

Authoritative Tech Parenting?

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Parenting articles and books have been encouraging parents to form close bonds with their child. But the advice dramatically shifts for the raising of older children, as pop-culture pundits suggest that it’s normal for teens, and even pre-teens, to disengage from their families. “She lives on her phone in her room, But what can I […]

A Healthy Tech Environment for Your Baby

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Did you know? 80% of brain development occurs in the first three years of life. Talking, reading, singing, and playing with your baby sets them up for a lifetime of success. What does your baby need to grow their brain and develop spoken language? • Lots of talking. The more words your baby hears, the […]

Their Connected World

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Even tech-savvy children need guidance from parents, teachers and other caregivers if they are to maximize the benefits and avoid the harms. The internet can transform children’s lives – for better or for worse. It can open up a new world of entertainment and information and allow children to learn in new and unexpected ways. […]