Our children need digital skills to thrive in today’s world – but how do we also develop in them the life skills that can only grow away from the screen?
Instead of banning screens, we need to help our tweens find a healthy balance for their gaming and video-streaming time, writes Collett Smart.
The popular faith-based US streaming platform launches in Australia as a “safer” alternative to YouTube and other streamers.
We’ve all had that conversation about those families who go out for dinner and then stare at their screens rather than one another.
It’s time to move beyond the conversation about ‘screen time’ and talk instead about the interplay between technology and wellbeing.