Between tablets, cell phones, video games and computers, the minutes of daily screen time the average child logs in can quickly add up to hours. But is there a way to limit screen time while also giving kids the tools to compete in a global economy? Where do tech gadgets and digital media fit into effective and caring parenting? Is there a way to protect kids from online predators and cyberbullies?
Join New Tech City host Manoush Zomorodi in conversation with:
* Dr. Susan Linn, co-founder and director of The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood;
* Joel Levin, co-founder of the Games Based Education nonprofit MinecraftEdu.
* A representative of the consciously low-tech Rudolf Steiner School, America’s first Waldorf school.
* Matt Smith, director of Camp Longacre in Newport, PA, where campers can use their smartphones, iPads and other tech gadgets all summer long.