Beyond Remote-Controlled Childhood—Teaching Young Children in the Media Age

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Dr. Diane Levin

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July 1, 2013

This important and timely new book by CCFC steering committee member Dr. Diane Levin is a powerful call to action and highly recommended for anyone who works with young children or is concerned about the ways that screen time and media culture are affecting kids and families. Based on her work with children and teachers over the past thirty years, Diane details the ways in which today’s media saturated environment is affecting children’s learning and wellbeing. She also offers practical advice for promoting healthy development in the digital age, both by adapting classroom practices to take into account the experiences of today's connected children and by helping parents make informed decisions about screen time and media in their children's lives.

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