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What Happened to My Son's Memory? Science Explains Phenomena Affecting Digital Natives

What Happened to My Son's Memory? Science Explains Phenomena Affecting Digital Natives

Rebecca Jackson  01.26.2015
As a parenting expert and author, I'm fortunate enough to work with some of the premiere universities and hospitals currently conducting...
Our Illusion of Connectivity

Our Illusion of Connectivity

Lara M. Gardner  01.23.2015
Just like the teams that make families in catalogs look just a little too perfect. Just like Photoshop. It's all an illusion. I don't think...
Responding to the President's Call for Student Privacy

Responding to the President's Call for Student Privacy

Sara Kloek  01.21.2015
Privacy is important but so is helping kids develop new skills, learn about the world, and have fun. When it comes to apps, a little knowledge...
New Surveys: Grown-Ups Love Social Media and Cyberbullying Top Concern for Parents

New Surveys: Grown-Ups Love Social Media and Cyberbullying Top Concern for Parents

Sue Scheff  01.21.2015
In reviewing both of these studies, I found it interesting that more grown-ups (parents) are now using social media and yet some are not...
Disconnect From Your Smartphone and Rest Your Mind

Disconnect From Your Smartphone and Rest Your Mind

Scott MacFarland  01.12.2015
As the New Year ushers in a time for us to reflect on our past, it also allows us to think about ways to refresh our minds with new, creative...
What's Really Causing Problems on Mom's Phone

What's Really Causing Problems on Mom's Phone

Toni Hammer  01.12.2015
I have roughly 712 pictures of the wall, the carpet, blurry images of feet and something resembling baby dolls being cooked on my kids'...
Have Smartphones Made Parents Dumb?

Have Smartphones Made Parents Dumb?

Tara Cousineau, PhD  01. 9.2015
Sometimes it feels like technology is raising -- or rather -- regressing our kids. We can complain all we want about the tsunami of media...
The Unplugged Assignment: College Freshmen Take the Challenge

The Unplugged Assignment: College Freshmen Take the Challenge

Emily John  01. 9.2015
Although the majority of the course requires active listening and students use online resources for much of their course work, the "unplugged"...
5 Ways Parents Can Help Kids With Resolutions

5 Ways Parents Can Help Kids With Resolutions

Jeanette Pavini  01. 8.2015
Sometimes we are so focused on our own resolutions -- lose 20 pounds, save $1,000, get organized -- that we forget to help our kids work...
Why I'm Teaching My Kids That Sharing Isn't Always a Good Thing

Why I'm Teaching My Kids That Sharing Isn't Always a Good Thing

Eva Nagorski  01. 8.2015
When it comes to sharing, it's not just about you. It's also the information you share about others, starting with those closest to you....
7 Media Resolutions Every Family Should Make in 2015

7 Media Resolutions Every Family Should Make in 2015

Common Sense Media  01. 8.2015
Stepping away from mainstream offerings exposes your kids to cultural differences, non-stereotypical characters, creative storytelling...
How to Cultivate Gratitude Daily

How to Cultivate Gratitude Daily

Jenny Ravikumar  01. 7.2015
Take a moment to be present in your own life. Let go of the technology, and the overwhelm. Find balance. Be truly grateful for this moment,...
How To Make Your Kids Feel More Important than Your iPhone

How To Make Your Kids Feel More Important than Your iPhone

Cozetta Lagemann  01. 6.2015
We're so incredibly focused on everything that we feel we need to do that on some days, our kids don't even get the basics, like eye contact...