iQ smartparent

Healthy Family Media Habits

Season 4 | Episode 406 | Length: 26:47

All parents hope to be role models for their kids – but when it comes to media habits, kids are paying attention to how mom and dad use media and the habits they’re picking up from you aren’t always good!


Our Guests


Dr. James Huguley

Dr. James Huguley is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work and Center on Race and Social Problems. His research focuses on school-based psychosocial interventions that promote racial equity and positive developmental outcomes.

Shelley Pasnik

Shelley Pasnik is the Director of the Center for Children and Technology and a vice president of the Education Development Center. Her research is devoted to understanding how cultural institutions like public media, private foundations, and corporate philanthropies can use emerging technologies to support teaching and learning.

Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair

Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair is a leading expert specializing in child development, education, family relationships, and workplace/family balance. Steiner-Adair speaks and consults on a wide range of topics including the impact of technology on childhood including social, neurological, physical and psychological development.

Learn more about our guests by downloading the discussion guide.


Resources

Download Discussion GuideDownload the accompanying discussion guide for more information about the episode, discussion questions, biographies of the guests featured in the episode, online articles, resources, and much more!

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