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The Resource Digital kids : how to balance screen time, and why it matters, Martin L. Kutscher

Digital kids : how to balance screen time, and why it matters, Martin L. Kutscher

Label
Digital kids : how to balance screen time, and why it matters
Title
Digital kids
Title remainder
how to balance screen time, and why it matters
Statement of responsibility
Martin L. Kutscher
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Help children and young people to have healthy relationships with the internet with this handy book. Showing you when and why exposure to digital media becomes excessive and problematic, this book also provides practical steps for dealing with problems effectively. The book also includes advice for working with kids with ADHD and autism
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Kutscher, Martin L
Dewey number
649.5
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Internet and children
  • Internet and teenagers
  • Internet addiction
  • Internet addiction
  • Internet addiction
  • Internet users
Target audience
adult
Label
Digital kids : how to balance screen time, and why it matters, Martin L. Kutscher
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: The recent explosion of digital technology and services -- The Internet: The good part -- The extent of screen-time usage -- Haven't people declared the "end of civilization" with previous advances? -- The parents' dilemma and role in setting limits -- The problems of screen-time use are on a spectrum -- Organization of this book -- 1.Problems with the Use of Digital Technology -- Psychological/learning effects of digital technology -- Does technology interfere with classroom work? -- Does taking notes on a laptop (rather than with a pen and paper) interfere with learning? -- Does reading on a screen interfere with in-depth learning? -- How does our attention system work? -- "But Mom, it's so boring when I'm not playing video games": The need for down-time -- Screens interfere with developing voluntary attention -- Areas where digital learning does excel -- Summary of digital vs. print effects on learning --
  • Contents note continued: Other psychological effects of digital technology -- Association with other psychological conditions -- Neurological effects of digital technology abuse -- Physical effects of digital media use -- 2.Problems with the Content of Digital Technology -- Social media -- The appeal of social media -- Cyber-bullying -- Sexting -- Giving out too much information -- Hiding too much information -- The good part of social media -- Does exposure to pornography and other media affect sexuality? -- Teenage sexuality in the US -- Teenage exposure to sexual content in US media -- The relationship between media exposure and adolescent sexual behavior -- Does media exposure increase the risk of violent behavior? -- Do violent video games lead to violent behavior? -- Does media affect substance use? -- Resultant American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations regarding digital media -- 3.Problems Regarding Specific Populations -- Very young children and screen time --
  • Contents note continued: Statistics on usage -- Is there any benefit to screen time for children less than 2 years old? -- What about 3--5-year-olds? -- Does "background" or "second-hand" TV interfere with child development? -- Am I really harming my infant if they have occasional screen time? -- Children with ADHD and screen time -- ADHD traits that make screen time so appealing -- The risk of ADHD and excessive Internet/gaming use -- Children with ASD and screen time -- ASD traits that make screen time so appealing -- 4.The Parental Role -- What kind of role model am I for my child? -- How do I set limits for my child? -- Use technology to help limit technology -- Help the child develop voluntary attention control -- Set explicit time rules in advance -- All pigs are created equal, but some pigs are ready for more equality than others -- Another adult responsibility: Teach how to evaluate information on the web -- 5.Setting Up the Rules: The Family Meeting and Agreement --
  • Contents note continued: The family meeting -- Considerations before the family meeting -- The agreement -- 6.Internet Addiction: The Far End of Internet Problems (with Natalie Rosin) -- Internet problems cover a whole range of severity -- What is an addiction? -- How does someone get addicted? -- The psychological basis of addiction -- The biological basis of addiction -- How common is Internet addiction? -- Why is digital media so addictive? -- Ready access -- Digital technology is fascinating -- Digital technology meets psychological needs, especially those of teens -- What are particularly addictive Internet activities? -- What personal traits are associated with Internet addiction? -- How do we treat Internet addiction? -- The basics -- Interventions with a therapist -- 7.Summary -- The recent explosion of digital technology and services -- The extent of screen-time usage -- The parents' dilemma and role in setting limits -- Problems with the use of digital technology --
  • Contents note continued: Does technology interfere with classroom work? -- Which is better? Taking notes with a pen and paper or with a laptop? -- Does reading on a screen interfere with in-depth learning? -- How does our attention system work? -- Areas where digital learning does excel -- Other psychological effects of the Internet -- Association with other psychological conditions -- Neurological effects of Internet abuse -- Physical effects of digital media use -- Problems with the content of digital technology -- Social media issues -- Does exposure to pornography and other media affect sexuality? -- Does media exposure increase the risk of violent behavior? -- Do violent video games lead to violent behavior? -- Does media affect substance use? -- Resultant American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations regarding digital media -- Problems regarding specific populations -- Very young children and screen time -- Children with ADHD and screen time --
  • Contents note continued: Children with ASD and screen time -- The parental role -- What kind of role model am I for my child? -- How do I set limits for my child (until they are mature enough to limit themselves)? -- Setting up the rules: The family meeting and agreement -- The family meeting -- Internet addiction: The far end of Internet problems -- What is an addiction? -- The psychological basis of addiction -- What are particularly addictive Internet activities? -- How do we treat Internet addiction? -- Interventions with a therapist
Control code
000057582603
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
144 pages
Isbn
9781785927126
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2016017094
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)951190397
Label
Digital kids : how to balance screen time, and why it matters, Martin L. Kutscher
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: The recent explosion of digital technology and services -- The Internet: The good part -- The extent of screen-time usage -- Haven't people declared the "end of civilization" with previous advances? -- The parents' dilemma and role in setting limits -- The problems of screen-time use are on a spectrum -- Organization of this book -- 1.Problems with the Use of Digital Technology -- Psychological/learning effects of digital technology -- Does technology interfere with classroom work? -- Does taking notes on a laptop (rather than with a pen and paper) interfere with learning? -- Does reading on a screen interfere with in-depth learning? -- How does our attention system work? -- "But Mom, it's so boring when I'm not playing video games": The need for down-time -- Screens interfere with developing voluntary attention -- Areas where digital learning does excel -- Summary of digital vs. print effects on learning --
  • Contents note continued: Other psychological effects of digital technology -- Association with other psychological conditions -- Neurological effects of digital technology abuse -- Physical effects of digital media use -- 2.Problems with the Content of Digital Technology -- Social media -- The appeal of social media -- Cyber-bullying -- Sexting -- Giving out too much information -- Hiding too much information -- The good part of social media -- Does exposure to pornography and other media affect sexuality? -- Teenage sexuality in the US -- Teenage exposure to sexual content in US media -- The relationship between media exposure and adolescent sexual behavior -- Does media exposure increase the risk of violent behavior? -- Do violent video games lead to violent behavior? -- Does media affect substance use? -- Resultant American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations regarding digital media -- 3.Problems Regarding Specific Populations -- Very young children and screen time --
  • Contents note continued: Statistics on usage -- Is there any benefit to screen time for children less than 2 years old? -- What about 3--5-year-olds? -- Does "background" or "second-hand" TV interfere with child development? -- Am I really harming my infant if they have occasional screen time? -- Children with ADHD and screen time -- ADHD traits that make screen time so appealing -- The risk of ADHD and excessive Internet/gaming use -- Children with ASD and screen time -- ASD traits that make screen time so appealing -- 4.The Parental Role -- What kind of role model am I for my child? -- How do I set limits for my child? -- Use technology to help limit technology -- Help the child develop voluntary attention control -- Set explicit time rules in advance -- All pigs are created equal, but some pigs are ready for more equality than others -- Another adult responsibility: Teach how to evaluate information on the web -- 5.Setting Up the Rules: The Family Meeting and Agreement --
  • Contents note continued: The family meeting -- Considerations before the family meeting -- The agreement -- 6.Internet Addiction: The Far End of Internet Problems (with Natalie Rosin) -- Internet problems cover a whole range of severity -- What is an addiction? -- How does someone get addicted? -- The psychological basis of addiction -- The biological basis of addiction -- How common is Internet addiction? -- Why is digital media so addictive? -- Ready access -- Digital technology is fascinating -- Digital technology meets psychological needs, especially those of teens -- What are particularly addictive Internet activities? -- What personal traits are associated with Internet addiction? -- How do we treat Internet addiction? -- The basics -- Interventions with a therapist -- 7.Summary -- The recent explosion of digital technology and services -- The extent of screen-time usage -- The parents' dilemma and role in setting limits -- Problems with the use of digital technology --
  • Contents note continued: Does technology interfere with classroom work? -- Which is better? Taking notes with a pen and paper or with a laptop? -- Does reading on a screen interfere with in-depth learning? -- How does our attention system work? -- Areas where digital learning does excel -- Other psychological effects of the Internet -- Association with other psychological conditions -- Neurological effects of Internet abuse -- Physical effects of digital media use -- Problems with the content of digital technology -- Social media issues -- Does exposure to pornography and other media affect sexuality? -- Does media exposure increase the risk of violent behavior? -- Do violent video games lead to violent behavior? -- Does media affect substance use? -- Resultant American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations regarding digital media -- Problems regarding specific populations -- Very young children and screen time -- Children with ADHD and screen time --
  • Contents note continued: Children with ASD and screen time -- The parental role -- What kind of role model am I for my child? -- How do I set limits for my child (until they are mature enough to limit themselves)? -- Setting up the rules: The family meeting and agreement -- The family meeting -- Internet addiction: The far end of Internet problems -- What is an addiction? -- The psychological basis of addiction -- What are particularly addictive Internet activities? -- How do we treat Internet addiction? -- Interventions with a therapist
Control code
000057582603
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
144 pages
Isbn
9781785927126
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2016017094
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)951190397

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