Summer Screen Activity vs Screen Time

In this podcast, we are going to be talking about screen activity and what parents can do to create a balanced and blended use of technology not only during the summer break but also all year round. There is a lot of moral-based panic surrounding this topic being pushed by what we like to call “special interest groups” In this podcast, we are going to look at this important topic from a researched evidence-based perspective. Our goal – specific to this podcast, let’s enlighten and not frighten through facts and not fear!

Resources mentioned: Our Website: www.thewhitehatter.caOur FREE webbook “Parenting In An Online World” https://www.thewhitehatter.ca/book-listReducing Screen Time May In Fact Increase Risk Behaviour https://www.thewhitehatter.ca/post/reducing-screen-time-may-in-fact-increase-risk-behaviourCreating A Digital Onlife Balance: https://www.thewhitehatter.ca/post/creating-a-digital-onlife-balance-during-summer-break-2021

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