Zero to Three has just released a new report connecting the dots between research and appropriate use of screen media with very young children. The free report, Screen Sense: Setting the Record Straight—Research-based Guidelines for Screen Use for Children Under 3 Years Old, “written in partnership with leading researchers in the field of media and young children, is an authoritative review of what is known about the effect of screen media on young children’s learning and development. It is designed to serve as a tool for guiding parents and professionals in making informed decisions about screen media use.” Additional free, downloadable resources that are available include an infographic that debunks 5 myths about screens and young children, a compilation of Key Research, and Screen Sense Tips. These resources are an important contribution to the conversations about infants, toddlers, technology and digital media and what is appropriate use for parents and professionals.
New Zero to Three Report on Technology
November 1, 2014
NAEYC's Technology and Young Interest Forum invites early childhood professionals to attend its annual meeting either at the upcoming NAEYC conference and virtually. Read more →