The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life

The Art of Screen Time How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life Blending scholarly evidence and the experiences of numerous families The Art of Screen Time is a well researched and reassuring guide to raising kids in a world where technology is everywhere danah b

  • Title: The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life
  • Author: Anya Kamenetz
  • ISBN: 9781610396721
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Blending scholarly evidence and the experiences of numerous families, The Art of Screen Time is a well researched and reassuring guide to raising kids in a world where technology is everywhere danah boyd, author of It s Complicated The Social Lives of Networked TeensFinally there s a no nonsense, don t panic, evidence based guide to one of the biggest challenges facin Blending scholarly evidence and the experiences of numerous families, The Art of Screen Time is a well researched and reassuring guide to raising kids in a world where technology is everywhere danah boyd, author of It s Complicated The Social Lives of Networked TeensFinally there s a no nonsense, don t panic, evidence based guide to one of the biggest challenges facing parents today managing a world where screens are everywhere we look.With this book, Anya Kamenetz a journalist, an award winning expert on both education and technology, and a mother of two young children takes a refreshingly practical approach She surveys both the experts and hundreds of fellow parents to find out how they really manage screensat home for their children and themselves Cutting through a thicket of inconclusive studies and overblown claims, she hones a simple message, a riff on Michael Pollan s well known food rules Enjoy Screens Not too much Mostly with others.Realistic, wise, and disarmingly candid, The Art of Screen Time shows us how to set aside our digital anxiety and create space for a happy, healthy family life.

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    1 thought on “The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life”

    1. Really thorough text that looks at class status, diet, sleeping habits, family lifestyle, etc to discuss an important topic when raising children in this day and age: screen time. I think the gist is similar to most things, moderation is key. Limiting screen time is always recommended, along with what screen time you allow, you actively participate with the children during the duration. Screens and technology no matter how advanced are not babysitters, and should not be used as such.

    2. Finally, a well-researched, non-guilt-tripping book about screen time that takes into account the realities of modern families' lives. I loved the pragmatism. Well-written and readable. I've adopted much of the author's advice since reading this excellent book.

    3. This book can be summed up in the quote the author adapted from food writer Michael Pollan: "Enjoy screens. Not too much. Mostly with others." It is full of research studies and is presented in a readable manner.I received an ARC from NetGalley. The book will be released on January 30, 2018.

    4. I was just hoping for something else? Maybe more? Maybe some more numbers to go with the common sense which really is common sense and didn't feel that readable for me here.

    5. A lot of good information here. No real answers of course. The search for more information must continue.

    6. I've been following Kamenetz since the publication of DIY U, which I highly recommend to anyone who has a stake in college and university life in the United States. Seriously. Stop reading this review and go get it right now, Nammy.Kamenetz's usually hard-hitting, no-nonsense tone has softened a bit in this new book. Parenthood can do that to you, as I have learned. The overall tone of the book aims for balance, but I think it strays a bit too far on the side of permissiveness. I was surprised a [...]

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