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Parenting in the Age of Attention Snatchers: A Step-by-Step Guide to Balancing Your Child's Use of Technology Lucy Jo Palladino, Ganadora De Varios Premios, Es Psic Loga Cl Nica, Investigadora Y Escritora Ha Escrito Dreamers, Discoverers, And Dynamos How To Help The Child Who Is Bright, Bored, And Having Problerns In School Y Find Your Focus Zone An Effective New Plan To Defeat Distraction And Overload, Ste Ltimo Traducido A Siete Idiomas Ha Aparecido En Medios Como La NPR, La CNN, La Fox, Family Circle, Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post Y The Wall Street Journal, Y Tiene Una Amplia Presencia En Internet Da Conferencias Sobre Problemas Relacionados Con La Atenci N Y Forma A Educadores Y Padres Para Combatir La Distracci N Infantil.

10 thoughts on “Parenting in the Age of Attention Snatchers: A Step-by-Step Guide to Balancing Your Child's Use of Technology

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    Buy this book Okay, if you don t have kids, work with them, or care for them, you can probably skip this one But, if you have children living with you or you work with children, then you need to read this book Technology, gaming, and social media are here and we can t realistically avoid them But it s hard to know the benefits and pitfalls and if it s hard for adults, imagine the difficulty for children, and that includes teens, whose brains are quite literally still developing.This book is not my usual fare for the blog but I saw it at NetGalley and had to have it I hoped that, despite its emphasis on the family, I would find it useful as a teacher Happily, I did.What I loved 1 The advice and information is firmly grounded in science and research Numerous studies are cited as are YouTube videos apropos, no but we also get anecdotes from the author s work with children of all ages as well as visits to classrooms 2 Palladino, the author, has a calm, sane, reasonable approach There s no the sky is falling nonsense She accepts that computers, gaming, social media, etc are here and it s the job of adults to help children learn how to manage their time and to make responsi...

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    Lucy Jo Palladino s book, Parenting in the Age of Attention Snatchers A Step by Step Guide to Balancing Your Child s Use of Technology is a timely contribution to parenting in the 21st Century An update version of the classical Marshmallow Experiment, the technology devices of today are magnets to the Involuntary Attention of kids and teens and adults Palladino complements the traditional research about willpower with modern results in neuroscience The limbic primitive system arm wrestling with the modern man s prefrontal cortex that develops during puberty and adolescence As a parent struggling with two kids of this age Palladino s work seems like a great tool yet to put into practice It gives perspective and ideas on how to help the children learn how to get the advantage of technology while they learn to self control, to use their Voluntary Attention As Palladino says Your child s ability to use an off button is quite possibly the most important technological competency she can learn For parents the book has two gifts First it emphasizes the importance of the relationship between parents and children Nothing is important than a good relationship among them and many times ou...

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    This book is the first and only evidence based approach I have seen that helps parents decide how to balance to use of technology with the reality of how a child s brain develops Technology is here to stay but how do we make sure our kids still develop the important skill of deliberate, sustained attention They need our help to learn to use technology effectively, rather than be victims of it Thank goodness for Dr Palladino s real life examples and tools for p...

  4. says:

    Important info to consider in this age of technology, screens, and constant distractions I not only found this book helpful in parenting but also in my own use of technology.

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    2 Give clear and simple instructions3 Do not play with your iphone when you are with your child4 Practice active listening your child5 Teach them how to concentrate Voluntary action 5.1 Method 1 Do physical activity with them Sports are the best type of voluntary action 5.2 Method 2 While they are working, stay with them and work as well If they see y...

  7. says:

    Probably information than parents need to address their particular family s issues, but the practical answers they seek are in there Also, the advice cover kids from toddlers to teens so parents may find themselves rereading sections of this book years from now.

  8. says:

    reasonable advice in here mostly feels like common sense, but nice to reinforce that people agree with what I m doing and it doesn t make it any easier.

  9. says:

    I thought this book was a great simple approach to working with kiddos who have a dependency on their technology The writing was easily digestible, the language was fun, and the advice seemed reasonable.

  10. says:

    Take your time and pay attention to this book Helpful information presented in a straight forward way I recommend this book for parents.