Featured in @GeekDadGamer new @TamingGamingDB

Andy Robertson has been my ‘go to’ person for any questions about online gaming, and also we have a lot of conversations about opportunities for people (including young people) provided through the digital. My book Raising Children in a Digital Age, provides the general insight to digital as a whole (for parents, carers and organisations), and […]

[PRESS RELEASE] New “Taming Gaming” book helps parents guide children to video game health with @GeekDadGamer #DigitalParenting #EdTech

The other week I passed on a request for comment from Premier Radio on gaming online to Andy Robertson, who has LOADS more knowledge in this area than I do (I’m not really a big gamer, though I’m still Candy Crushing and out Pokemon’ing, I’m definitely not Fortnite’ing or any other immersive games)! Chapter 14 […]

[MEDIA] Online Gaming and Children with @GuardiansAncora

Guardians of Ancora is a game created by Scripture Union, seeking to have a fun game that appeals to young people, is within a safe environment, and allows learning of faith. It has monthly Bible quests, quizzes, Bible stories and videos. I wrote some content for them last year which is currently appearing in blogs: […]

[AUDIO] Chatting about Children & Gaming @PremierRadio

This morning was an opportunity to chat about a growing concern (but also a growing opportunity!) for many parents, especially as it’s half-term for many – what are healthy habits to undertake regarding your children and their gaming devices – there’s three segments for this (or listen to the whole Inspirational Breakfast programme on Premier […]

[PRESS] On @PremierRadio : Children and Social Media, Gaming and Addiction

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Earlier this morning I was live on Inspirational Breakfast for Premier Radio. Listen to the show online – I come in at about 8.10am. Take the opportunity to try Guardians of Ancora. *Note that I’m currently completing a chapter on how the digital has affected those working with those dealing with abuse, addiction and difficult behaviour for […]