Adults think young people use their devices too much; young people think adults don’t know what they’re talking about. I think we all need to know the facts, need to be able to discern truth from twaddle – and that’s where I can help. I share what the science says. For links to research and other resources on this topic, please go to Extras. For my posts on the topic, see below. Do use the search box to find specific topics.
Today I’m doing a talk for the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference Heads of 6th Form on the effects of screens and social media. I enjoy
You see the headline Barely Any UK teens Meeting Exercise and Screen-time Guidelines – and the first line, in which it’s apparently actually “less than 10%
In February and March, I had two trips to Dubai, one to a huge education conference and one to the Emirates Litfest. Both incredibly different
Walker Books are offering The Teenage Guide to Life Online to THREE lucky winners! (And so am I, so read to the end of this
I’m always saying that many adults are too negative and judgemental about screens etc. Here’s another Parenting for a Digital Future article that agrees with
Humans are full of prejudices. Prejudices are things we think or believe before we’ve seen the evidence. Many prejudices are sensible and act to keep
I couldn’t agree more with this post from Parenting for a Digital Future. Calm common sense of just the sort I like to think I