Forget Screen Time Rules — Lean In To Parenting Your Wired Child, Author Says


Forget Screen Time Rules — Lean In To Parenting Your Wired Child, Author Says
by Anya Kamenetz, NPR

The overuse of technology has overtaken drugs, sex and bullying as the biggest parental worry, according to the annual Brigham Young and Deseret News American Family Survey.

But what are we actually supposed to be doing about it?

Jordan Shapiro, a Temple University professor whose background is in philosophy and psychology, has a prescription that might surprise you. In his new book, The New Childhood, his argument is that we’re not spending enough screen time with our kids…more

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