Average Screen Time Is Rising for Children, But Mobile Devices Aren’t to Blame

Screen time has emerged as a popular boogey man around the internet. Its numerous negative effects have led many to decry online or device-based education efforts as unhealthy for children. Research published this week by Professors Weiwei Chen and Jessica Adler at the Florida International University Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work has indeed confirmed […] The post Average Screen Time Is Rising for Children, But Mobile Devices Aren’t to Blame appeared first on eLearningInside News.

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