Discussing Children and Screens With Kris Perry
For the fifth episode of the Girls That Create podcast, host Erin Prather Stafford chats with Kris Perry, Executive Director of Children and Screens, a non-profit working to understand tech’s impacts on child health and well-being.
Listen to the full interview on Word of Mom Radio.
In this episode, they discuss:
- Teaching kids to navigate the Internet
- Why balance and boundaries play a role in helping kids have a healthy online life
- How we can we help girls (and boys) recognize when they’re comparing their physical selves to online images
- Advice for helping kids cope with negative online feedback
- Thoughts about raising the age of signing up for social media from 13
Are you looking for more information about helping girls navigate the online world? Children and Screens has contributed several posts to our website’s Parenting Resources section:
10 Ways Parents Can Work With Teens for Healthy Social Media Use
Tips For Teen Girls to Cope With Social Media Comparison
11 Tips for Helping Girls Build Character in a Digital World
10 Tips for Helping Teens and Tweens Navigate Online Civic Engagement
Find out more about Children and Screens at childrenandscreens.com. You can also follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
Thanks to our episode sponsor Ellivate Alliance, a community of brave women entrepreneurs who are channeling their feminine wisdom to run their businesses, create social change and find joy in who they are and what they do.
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