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But I will say that I have seen (hundreds of times) a husband snap his head to stare down his wife (or vice versa) when I mention adult misuse of devices or social media.It makes me laugh, every time – and I call them out, every time.I’m off duty anyhow, and I can see the bar from where I’m sitting – and there are not enough bottles of Patron to get me through the rest of this evening.
But at least the parents in the seats now know what they don’t know. I’m far more worried about all of the parents who could have attended the parent event and chose not to – they chose willful ignorance over education, they chose to believe that this conversation does not apply to them – that these issues will never darken their doorway. During the live Q&A, most of the questions I’m asked by parents center around fears or details related to having to now begin setting limits where they had never done so in the past.
But in this case (as in all things) when discussing successful implementation, the devil is in the details.
This is the source of the anxiety I can feel from the stage during the Q & A.
w=1000 1000w" sizes="(max-width: 348px) 100vw, 348px" data-recalc-dims="1" /During the 2016-2017 school year, while traveling all over the US and presenting to students, parents, and teachers – I decided to add an optional question to the anonymous exit survey students complete at the end of my student presentation “Don’t Be A Sheep.” Up until this time, students had been sharing the frequency, types, and circumstances around their own digital consumption and over-consumption.
In terms of the content of the responses, I’m consistently blown away by just how blind we are as parents and by how deeply these children need for us to take control.