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Social Media Wellness: Helping Tweens and Teens Thrive in an Unbalanced Digital World
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Patti | 63 comments Mod
Welcome to the discussion of Social Media Wellness

message 2: by Noah (last edited Jul 08, 2018 04:04PM) (new)

Noah Robinson | 1 comments Hello All,
Noah Robinson here. I'm the incoming Lower School Science Instructor. I'm very excited to be joining the Bryn Mawr Team. Hopefully this discussion is a way I can get to know a few people outside the division.

Anyways, I'd like to offer the comment that I found it extremely interesting the way parents and schools are aware or unaware of the age restriction at age 13 for internet related content. How this affects the messages we send kids about obeying or not obeying rules and how this may be too young still for any kind of unsupervised access to the world wide web.(As well as just what we sign away when we click the agree check box for a child)

I chose this book so I could be better prepared for discussions with parents who are almost at the time when there children will be given cell phones and unsupervised internet time. I'm sure it is on their minds already.


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