Posts Tagged ‘tv’

Restricting Access to The Web

It is undeniable that the internet is a fantastic source for information and communication tool but it is also a cesspool of problems if a child has unrestricted access to it. As my eldest child inches ever closer to teen hood, my wife and I are frequently evaluating how much access is too much access. As educators, we […]

TV & Video Games = Serious Learning Issues (Post #2)

So what is the big deal? Kids watch a lot of TV these days, so what? As I mentioned right off bat in Post #1, even I watch a lot of TV and spend a whack of time on my laptop but children are different in one very important way. A child”s brain is a […]

TV & Video Games = Serious Learning Issues (Post #1)

I love TV, video games and especially my laptop. I shudder to think how much time I spend staring blankly into the glowing box. As an adult however, I think… or at least I hope there are no adverse effects other than perhaps an expanding waste line. I seem to function well at my job, […]

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