Should we call time on screen-time?In this webinar hosted by Eton College, Kenny Primrose discusses the link between screen time and mental health, and what it would look like to have a healthy relationship with screen-based technology. The presentation draws on insights from psychology and neuroscience to considering a number of practical solutions that can be applied to schools, homes, and individuals. Kenny Primrose has held leadership and teaching roles in both independent and state sector schools in the UK and abroad. He is currently strategic lead on character development at a school in the North East of England, and regularly writes articles on education, technology, philosophy, religion, and human flourishing. He is also host of the The Examined Life Podcast, which explores questions asked by a range of influential thinkers.
Autumn Term 2022 Parent Information Sessions - slides and responses
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