Don't see eye to eye on tech? Worry less, connect more with your kids.
Have you ever disagreed (ahem, or even strongly disagreed) with your partner on how to handle technology with your kids?
If so, you’re not alone. There’s a lot to disagree on. Go screen-free? Hand over a cell phone? Allow video games or social media? Limit screen time? Use filters? Monitor your teen's device use? To top it off, technology and parenting experts don’t always agree on these issues, either. So what are parents to do?
In this Action Network Live! event, Andrea and Tyler Davis, parents of five children ages 7 to 16 and founders of Better Screen Time, offer parent-tested tips to help parents and caregivers when they don't see eye to eye with a partner, co-parent, or other caregivers on tech. Learn about setting limits that support kids and be better able to find solutions even when disagreeing.
ABOUT OUR GUESTS Andrea Davis is a former secondary ed teacher turned screen-time-navigator. She is the founder of Better Screen Time where she shares family-tested ideas from the (tech) trenches as a mom of five. Her husband, Tyler, has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and is currently a software engineer in the aeronautical industry. Together, they are on a mission to help parents worry less about tech, and connect more with their kids. Their website, betterscreentime.com, was recently awarded the Richard and Linda Eyre 'Family Is' Award. They live in beautiful Hood River, Oregon where they love spending time outdoors as a family.
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