DATE: Apr 17, 2024
TIME: 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET
According to a 2017 study released by internet security company AVG Technologies, by age five, more kids know how to play a computer game or navigate a smartphone than tie their shoes.
Today, parents download apps to help children read by age four, teach coding skills to prepare them for tech-based careers, and provide smartphones and social media to connect tweens to their friends.
But no tech-based tools will prove beneficial unless (and until) we prioritize certain skills first.
Join me to learn which skills are critical to our children’s success and how we should think about them when it comes to screen use.