Children spend an average of 7 hours and 38 minutes a day on digital media, plugged in and glued to screens, according to recent studies. That’s 5.5 hours over the recommended limit, often leading to poor school performance, behavioral problems, neck pain, and much more. With Dr. Gregory Jantz’s Ten Tips for Parenting the Smartphone Generation, learn to avoid the negative consequences and enjoy watching your child gain the most out of technology.
Smartphones. Computers. Tablets. One of the biggest challenges for parents is balancing the advantages of cutting-edge technology and endless information with the dangers of unlimited exposure. From practical tips on setting good examples for your child to ways of wisely monitoring what they see and do with technology, Dr. Gregory Jantz packs Bible-based ideas and solid research into this guide to help you protect your children as they learn to interact with media and technology.
In this easy-to-understand guide, you will gain the confidence to—
Set a good example in regulating screen time, increasing quality family time;
Establish positive and educational uses of technology;
Set boundaries and parent controls to protect your children from bad habits, cyber-bullies, and online predators.