Screens have changed, our policies will too—Dan Donahoo
For a long time we have been able to draw on thinking that allowed us to tell parents that screens are bad and children shouldn’t watch them. But, the goalposts have shifted. Screens are no longer just passive experiences—screens can be touched, they can be used creatively and to scaffold children’s learning in ways that give them agency and autonomy.
Read the full article and more in Every Child Vol. 20 No. 4—Expertise and efficiency
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