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Kids having more exposure to screen time often shows less cognitive development.
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Lou Apr 17
is REAL! Started with TV, and now computers. Led to neglect of family and relationships, and has increased other addictions: gaming, porn, shopping, gambling. !
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ZON.ca Apr 24
Tim Cook wants you to put down your iPhone -
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Screenformation Apr 23
correlation to parent-child alienation is well-documented. Parents are too attached to their own screens and parental increases child . Result: GenZ suffer the worst brain-chemical addiction plus impaired brain development & mental health.
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Screenformation Apr 24
Parental increases child , the most pervasive brain-chemical addiction today, increasing stress, isolation, loneliness, depression and risk of teen suicide. It’s probably the worst condition today that people are least aware of (Screenformatn pp 24,37)
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National Online Safety May 16
Happy ! Today's guide is on for you to share with your Parents & Carers! Please share and help us to arm parents to stop their children becoming 'Screen Zombies' or 'Screenagers' Download here:
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Dr. Colleen Carroll Mar 26
Woot woot! Find out about my upcoming 7 Day Screen Freesom Challenge here and decrease your child’s screen time by 33% FAST!! @ Stamford, Connecticut
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Janet McClung Apr 20
A new study offers a way to measure problematic media use in children (see #4)
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MN Civic Leadership Dec 13
It's that time again! The is here. Starting Monday this year's CL Ss will voluntarily handover their tech for the school day to experience four days without their phones. Who will survive? Stay tuned...
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lisaling Oct 10
This Sunday night’s , might be one of the most important shows that I will ever do. If you’re a parent, you need to watch this. 10pm EST @cnnorigseries
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Ribblesdale School Nov 23
Online safety is important within our world & Ribblesdale want to ensure our pupils are using technology responsibly. National Online Safety have created some parent guides to highlight information to protect your child whilst using software.
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Digital Beez Feb 18
🔬👩‍👩‍👦‍👦Today’s topic : How to be good role models to your kids even online Explain to your kids why are using your phone or devices. If possible invite your child to do it with you.
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St Mary's College Feb 25
It can be for parents & guardians to know whether children are spending too much time on their check out this infographic on 🤳
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Laurel Hill Secondary School FCJ Jan 9
On average students in our school spend 5 hours on their phones each day!! Stay tuned for several initiatives that are going to help us increase our understanding of the toxic addiction our generation has with mobile devices
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Tips from Sharvi Oct 3
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goDiscover Interactions Jan 6
Spending some time away from your phone also inculcates the same in your children. They learn a lot from our habits. Start early and keep them away from screen addiction
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MN Civic Leadership Dec 20
38 started and 37 finished this year's cell phone challenge! Congrats to these Ss for surviving and experiencing life without tech, even if just for a week.
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Laurel Hill Secondary School FCJ Jan 9
Welcome to ‘Screen Life v Real Life’. Our aim is to decrease screen time and see how it affects our daily attitude in life. We’re asking students a serious question regarding how devoted they are to their phones.
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The Cowplain School May 18
National Online Safety Ltd has created a guide to Screen Addiction with Top Tips for Parents. Technology is an important part of a child's development but can lead to health conditions and sleep deprivation
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Kimberly Cing Mar 4
Parents: Are your children addicted to their screens? Check out this infographic for some ideas!
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