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How to talk to kids about a tragedy. The T.A.L.K. Method may help: T-Talk about tragedy event A-Assess how child is coping L-Listen to concerns; ans QNS K-Kindle hope-despite horror there is kindness #parenting #media micheleborba.com/late-breaking-…
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🤔 What exactly are the#PlayfulByDesignn principles? ✅ They summarise the key ingredients that make digital products and services playful and child rights-respecting by design. ➡️ More info in this week's#DigitalFuturess Commission blog post:digitalfuturescommission.org.uk/blog/playful-b…eh
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Our thoughts are with our friends in Texas. You are not alone. ❤ For caregivers, it can be hard to help little ones understand and cope with the effects of violence, but limiting media exposure and making space for them to express big feelings are good places to start.
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We were thrilled to host a forum on Immersive Media for Learning with the @XRAssociation last week! Participants heard from key stakeholders and got a preview of key findings from XRA's survey on teens' concerns and hopes for #immersivetech. bit.ly/3wJYatU
‼️ ICYMI: The #CAKidsCode has made it out of committee and will face a floor vote this week! ✍️ Join us in supporting this bipartisan legislation to protect kids online by design and default: californiaaadc.com
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On Tuesday, we hosted an exciting forum with @CooneyCenter on teens' use of #XR in #education. Participants heard from several key stakeholders and even previewed key findings from XRA's survey on teens' concerns and hopes for #immersivetech. Read more: xra.org/teachers-teens…
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We love seeing the great work that public media stations are doing with youth in their communities! 🤩#nextgenpublicmediaatwitter.com/wqed/status/15…b
Hello, public media friends! Please join us Thurs 5/26 at 1pm ET for an interactive workshop on understanding youth audiences! @jasoncyip will share insights from his work conducting participatory co-design with youth. bit.ly/3lp1kfY @CPBmedia #nextgenpublicmedia
We were thrilled to celebrate the launch of the Responsible Innovation in Technology for Children project in Washington DC yesterday with @CooneyCenter #ritec 1/4
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Only at a @LEGOpolicy + @UNICEF + @CooneyCenter / @SesameWorkshop event would you use #Duplos to build your vision of a “responsible” #Metaverse! Excited for the launch of the Responsible Innovation in Technology initiative with today. Report: unicef-irc.org/ritec #ritec
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We’re thrilled to be launching the Responsible Innovation in Technology initiative with @LEGOpolicy today! Download the report here: unicef-irc.org/ritec @UNICEF #ritec
.@XRAssociation and @CooneyCenter will host a one-day forum to explore the use of #XR technologies in #highschool settings. Learn more: xra.org/xra-and-joan-g…
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"We need to stop referring to 'internet safety' and instead look at it as 'internet mastery.' We can't approach the internet from a place of fear - kids certainly don't." - Michael Rich #CARU2022
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"The Metaverse isn't here yet. And that gives us an opportunity to make sure that this platform is built for kids, not just billed for kids." - @davidkleeman, Senior Vice President of Global Trends, @dubit. #CARU2022
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Michael shares the resource 'Playtest with Kids,' a toolkit for conducting research with kids and making sure their voices are heard. Learn more: playtestwithkids.org/about/ #CARU2022
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What should companies do? "Consider ways to help digital wellbeing. Take different perspectives into consideration, include kids at the start of your product design, and create products on a sound privacy foundation." - Michael Preston #CARU2022
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Screentime in moderation? "Not all screentime is created equal. In our research, we see how kids use multiple devices and platforms to get their work done, to connect, to play and be creative. It's good to look at what kids are doing and why." - Michael Preston 1/2
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What can advertisers do better? 'Representing diverse kids and showing them interacting in a way we want them to model is important. There's an opportunity to show kids they can bridge digital experiences and take those learnings to the world with kindness.' - Michael Preston
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Today at #CARU2022, Michael Preston will discuss how to create seamless, safe worlds of learning and play to enrich children’s lives. bit.ly/3M0FJ9b @SesameWorkshop @CARUAdReview
"Placing the burden on parents or teenagers doesn’t reflect the scale and scope of the challenge to decrease screen time. Identifying key trends in screen time use helps us identify emerging areas of concern and opportunity" #ScreenTime #Pandemic #Research psychologytoday.com/us/blog/smart-…
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🏆 Education budgets are tied to how well a school performs and that is determined through data. 🤔 If data is driving what children learn, are we not interfering with their rights? ✍@Velislava77777 discusses in this week'#DigitalFutureses Commission blogdigitalfuturescommission.org.uk/blog/the-promi…Sc
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From creating enriching digital spaces for children to a closer look at proposed legislation, the CARU team is excited to bring you a comprehensive agenda with best practices for child-appropriate advertising. See you tomorrow at #CARU2022: hubs.la/Q019Q-nt0
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To read firsthand accounts of how children and adolescents engage with digital technology and media, check out our Gen Z and Gen Alpha interviews → bit.ly/3y6Yowa
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"Conducting #playtesting with kids can be tricky. It can be challenging to get feedback from children that can really help producers make great products—but it’s definitely not impossible," writes @cathytran, about our new toolkit bit.ly/3s81k7N @m_chiou @mayasussman
How parents’ views of their kids’ screen time, social media use changed during COVID-19 pewrsr.ch/3FbgG0D
My contribution to @pewinternet vision of a better digital world "Children are independent rights holders...and their views would improve its governance if only we didn't routinely ignore, marginalise, speak for, neglect or postpone attention to children" pewresearch.org/internet/2022/…
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We funded a new report, just launched by @UNICEF & @LEGO_Group, providing guidance for how digital design choices can support child well-being so that children develop confidence, resilience, manage stress and anxiety: unicef-irc.org/ritec
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Many #publicmedia stations want to engage tweens & teens but may not have direct experience to draw from. Here are some models of successful youth-adult collaboration that might inspire some ideas! bit.ly/3kcz9QG #nextgenpublicmedia @CPBmedia
Join XRA and @SesameWorkshop's @CooneyCenter on May 17 for a one-day forum to explore the use of #XR in high schools Hear from researchers, educators, manufacturers and developers discuss their experiences using #VR & #AR for learning. xra.org/xra-and-joan-g…
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The quality of children’s lives is being increasingly linked to the quality of their #digitalexperiences. The #RITEC report aims to create practical tools for businesses and governments to put the well-being of children at the center of digital design. bit.ly/3xUmUQP
“This is a win for students,” says Terry Sheridan, senior director of news and education for WSHU. “They are having fun going through this. This is not like they’re sitting in class getting lectured to.” current.org/2022/04/audien…
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Calling all public media friends: please join us on Tues 4/26 at 1pm ET for the first of our interactive, capacity-building workshops! We'll share a new research brief & talk with @bkirshner and Molly Josephs and youth from This Teenage Life podcast! bit.ly/3xKhUhC
"Most children don’t question news content they see on social media. They can confuse popularity rankings with quality" - @JoanneOrlando on war news online w @ConversationUK wp.me/p5Iy1I-2gd #P4DF @MedliaLSE blogs.lse.ac.uk/parenting4digi…
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‼️ Silicon Valley has been operating without limits for a long time, taking a huge toll on children's wellbeing. 🐻 Guided by the UK's#ChildrensCodee, California has introduced their own#CAKidsCodee, which will protect children's data and hold Big Tech to account.
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We're looking forward to this all-star panel hosted by @WNETEducation next Thurs at 5:30pm ET on the role of media and technology in the future of education. With @reallymdp @BrizardJC @AngelaDeBarger Rom Smith @salesforce.org @LSrinivasan190 twitter.com/WNETEducation/…
“The basic premise for posting on social media is to get a reaction… So, it’s likely a child on social media will see war footage and human suffering, while they are on the bus or in between goofy TikToks.” #Parenting4DigitalFuture twitter.com/Livingstone_S/…
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At #CARU2022, Michael Preston (@reallymdp), Ph.D., Executive Director of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, @SesameWorkshop will discuss how to create seamless, safe worlds of learning and play to enrich children’s lives. Register today: hubs.la/Q0188WY10
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How does Playful by Design work in practice? The case of Fortnite by @Livingstone_S and @Kruakae_Noony bit.ly/3jn9eWn
@LEGOpolicy was pleased to join @KidsKnowBest & @CooneyCenter at the #asugsvsummit last week to highlight a new report coming out on enabling meaningful #childparticipation within companies in a digital era – stay tuned for more soon!
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50 years after Sesame Street revolutionized the landscape of children's tv, experts think about key issues around today's tech, learning, and equity, and the changing role of families and teachers - and how we can make educational media even better.. bit.ly/3JmMNuQ
Opportunity Alert! @CooneyCenter is looking for teens interested in public media to join them for a fellowship this summer. Paid opportunity. Apply here: ow.ly/aCGl50IHNB7
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If you work in #kidstech and want to ensure you get useful feedback from kids, please check out our new website, Playtest with Kids. It's full of tips that will help you make the most of playtesting sessions! bit.ly/3NTM4ES
Hey, #pubmedia friends! We've got some great workshops coming up that you won't want to miss. Please join us for the first in a series on April 26 at 1 PM ET - we'll be talking about models of youth-adult collaboration. bit.ly/3rf7Mtt #nextgenpublicmedia
Do you work with teens? Please spread the word: We're looking for #publicmedia #youth fellows to help shape the future of public media. This is a paid opportunity for 14-18-year olds in the U.S. Learn more and apply here: bit.ly/youth-fellowsh… #nextgenpublicmedia
"In an age of algorithms and AI we need to rethink what might have been previously talked about as ‘digital literacy’ as a form of ‘algorithmic literacy’": @Neil_Selwyn for @DigiGenEurope & #P4DF [email protected] wp.me/p5Iy1I-2fW blogs.lse.ac.uk/parenting4digi…
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All children's media researchers should check out this fabulous #playtesting resource from the @CooneyCenter ⬇️ Have you seen this @cma @CMA_BayArea? twitter.com/CooneyCenter/s…
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