Listening to @BBCWomansHour with @aliciablumross on #DigitalParenting

I was alerted to this programme about children and screen time, on earlier this week, and have just had the opportunity to catch-up on it. The blurb says: Getting children away from their screens can be a daily battle, but how much more difficult is it in the school holidays? We'll be asking whether it matters that they're attached to their phones, tablets or computer games and whether it's useful to set boundaries about time…

Is a #DigitalDetox a useful idea? #DigitalParenting #PremDac16

I've always had an interest in positive engagement with digital, and that includes the wisdom in what to share, what to engage in, and when to take time out... we should be 'masters' of our machines, and not the other way around. I've spoken at a number of (Christian) events about this, including back in 2014 at the Premier Digital Conference: #CNMAC14 - Digital Healthcheck with @drbexl from Bex Lewis So I was interested to…

#DigitalParenting: BBC Drama ‘Picture of Innocence’

'Moving On' is a series of BBC dramas about how to 'move on' and pass turning points in life. This episode, named 'Picture of Innocence': When Hayley's 16-year-old daughter Ruby comes flying in from school one evening in tears, Hayley presumes it is just another teenage drama. Ruby won't tell her anything and her younger brother is saying even less. It is up to Hayley's friend Mel to say that the situation is rather more…
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