With our pandemic world finally moving toward a post-pandemic one, Barnard Center for Toddler Development Director Dr. Tovah P. Klein […]
Screened Out is important for all parents to watch as it helps us to understand just how much damage is being done by staring for hours at our phones.
My wife and I have noticed the more time my son interacts with his devices, the more difficult it is for him to control his negative impulses.
NPR Anya Kamenetz’s offers advice, insight from her book, ‘The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media & Real Life.’
This father isn’t trying to change his teenage introvert. He only wants to prepare him for the inevitable. But at what price?
Man, do I fear for the future of a generation of children that has to start memorizing iPad usernames and passwords at the age of 5.