Screen Time, Digital Poverty, Education & Why NOT all Educational Apps are Equal in Quality‼️

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If you have time I highly, highly recommend watching or listening to this absolutely fascinating  parliamentary evidence on screen time, digital poverty and education, with Baroness Kidron who’s career has taken her from making movies for Stephen Spielberg to groundbreaking protections for young people online

Screen time and Wellbeing 

Speakers include:

John McGee, Senior Policy Advisor, BBC Education;

Elizabeth Anderson, Chief Executive, Learning Foundation and the Digital Poverty Alliance;

The Baroness Kidron OBE, Founder and Chair, 5Rights FoundationJonathan Baggaley, Chief Executive, PSHE Association;

Darren Northcott, National Official for Education, NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union

I also highly recommend exploring Common Sense Media  

Common Sense Media is the leading source of entertainment and technology recommendations for families.

Also I recommend @CommonSenseEd as NOT all ‘educational’ apps are considered equal ‼️

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