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During this time of remote learning, there are so many questions that are coming up around screen time. Are our kids getting too much screen time? Is there such a thing as “healthy” screen time? When is time to cut back on screen time? Anya Kamenetz, author of The Art of Screen Time: Digital Parenting Without Fear, helps us get to the bottom of these questions, along with many others.
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- Think of creating healthy screen time habits like you create healthy eating habits.
- Family participation in conversations around appropriate screen time usage is key.
- Consider not only time spent but also who they're engaging with and what they’re doing.
Anya Kamenetz is an NPR Education Correspondent and author. Her most recent book is The Art of Screen Time: Digital Parenting Without Fear. She is currently working on a book about children in the coronavirus pandemic.
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