TedTuesday: 3 fears about screen time for kids — and why they’re not true

Sarah Dewitt standing on TedTalk Stage

I know that I have an uneasy relationship with screens and my kids. I constantly question whether they have to much time, the wrong kind of time, or the wrong kind of content. Sarah Dewitt’s TedTalk frames the discussion around screen in a thoughtful and useful way.

Listen as she debunks three common fears about screen time:

  1. “Screens are passive. This is going to keep our kids from getting up and moving.”
  2. “Playing games on these screens is just a waste of time. It’s going to distract children from their education.”
  3. “These screens are isolating me from my child.”

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