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How Much Technology Should You Let Your Child Use?

The critical questions are: Is this bad for our children? Is it wrong to provide them the most up-to-date tools for both entertainment and teaching? Is it wrong to want to see our children smile and grin as they watch their favorite videos?

The TALK Model of Parenting High-Tech Children, Teens and Young Adults

In a typical family system there should be a hierarchy of knowledge and power with the parents at the top and the children at the bottom. When it comes to technology, however, often that hierarchy gets turned upside down

The TALK Model of Parenting High-Tech Children, Teens and Young Adults

In a typical family system there should be a hierarchy of knowledge and power with the parents at the top and the children at the bottom. When it comes to technology, however, often that hierarchy gets turned upside down

The TALK Model of Parenting High-Tech Children, Teens and Young Adults

In a typical family system there should be a hierarchy of knowledge and power with the parents at the top and the children at the bottom. When it comes to technology, however, often that hierarchy gets turned upside down

The TALK Model of Parenting High-Tech Children, Teens and Young Adults

In a typical family system there should be a hierarchy of knowledge and power with the parents at the top and the children at the bottom. When it comes to technology, however, often that hierarchy gets turned upside down

Helping Your Children Study Amidst Distracting Technologies

Our study found that if a student checked Facebook just once during the 15-minute study period, he or she had a lower GPA.

The Secret to Helping Your Kids Study Without Distractions

Our study found that if a student checked Facebook just once during the 15-minute study period, he or she had a lower GPA.

The Secret to Helping Your Kids Study Without Distractions

Our study found that if a student checked Facebook just once during the 15-minute study period, he or she had a lower GPA.

The Secret to Helping Your Kids Study Without Distractions

Our study found that if a student checked Facebook just once during the 15-minute study period, he or she had a lower GPA.

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