Fend Off Facebook: What To Look Out For As Students Go Fully Online

Get ready for your learners to spend a lot more time in front of their screens. This may lead to effects on their well-being. For many reasons, you might find yourself wanting to keep Facebook at bay.

An experiment reported in one of the world’s most reputable economic journal sheds some light on desirable practices as young people are required to spend even more time online, and by themselves. By focusing on the effects of limited access to social media, the experiment is also reasonable advice for all.

An Experiment in Deactivating Facebook

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