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Dr. Michael Rich, founder of the Digital Wellness Lab, noted that "there will always be screens in the home environment" and that "interactive screen time is a language of our time". He stressed the importance of not restricting children's screen time but rather guiding them on how to use it appropriately.
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The study also highlighted the importance of "active" screen time which promotes cognitive development, critical thinking, and socio-emotional skills. Dr. Rich explained that viewing non-quality screen time can promote passivity and empty entertainment without curiosity which can displace other cognitively enriching experiences for children such as playing with other children or exploring nature.
Parents play a crucial role in setting a good example for their children in terms of screen time usage. Experts stressed the importance of leading by example and using screens in a way that promotes beneficial content and healthy habits for the whole family.
The study concluded that screens can be beneficial for children when used appropriately and interactively. Parents should focus on the content and time limits, using educational apps and videos to encourage learning, curiosity and development. By setting good examples and fostering safe and active screen time, parents can ensure that their children's digital experiences are enriching and fun.
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