62 episodes

Parenting is hard. Technology can make it tricky. This podcast helps bring these areas together to help all families create healthy screen habits.

Healthy Screen Habits Podcast Hillary Wilkinson

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 27 Ratings

Parenting is hard. Technology can make it tricky. This podcast helps bring these areas together to help all families create healthy screen habits.

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    • 12 min
    IRL: Finding Our Real Selves in a Digital World //Chris Stedman

    IRL: Finding Our Real Selves in a Digital World //Chris Stedman

    Chris Stedman is a writer, activist, and adjunct professor who teaches in the Dept. of Religion and Philosophy at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, MN. Previously the founding director of the Yale Humanist Community, he also served as a humanist chaplain at Harvard University. He is the author of a new book titled: IRL: Finding Our Real Selves in a Digital World. 
    In this episode we discuss why people are leaving religious institutions in pursuit of finding connections online and what it means to be real in a digital space.

    • 35 min
    A Converlation about Tech and Tweens//Kathy Van Denthuysen - Converlation

    A Converlation about Tech and Tweens//Kathy Van Denthuysen - Converlation

    Kathy Van Benthuysen spent nearly 30 years as a fourth grade teacher and had a front row seat to watch the impact technology had on children. As the Chief Product Officer of Converlation, a business that works to provide the exchange of thoughts, ideas, and feelings that build and strengthen family relationships, Kathy has suggestions on where to start building relational health.  
    Your relationship with your child is the best filter you have for online protection.  Listen to this episode to learn how to strengthen it today!

    • 28 min
    Getting Your Teen Social Media Ready // Jeannie Sprague // Healthy Screen Habits

    Getting Your Teen Social Media Ready // Jeannie Sprague // Healthy Screen Habits

    Healthy Screen Habits Chief Operating Officer Jeannie Sprague talks about her own journey with social media as well as how she approached getting her teen ready for his own account.  As a mom of 4, Jeannie understands that different children need different approaches to teaching.  With a degree in Educational Psychology and over 25 years of experience working with children, Jeannie’s goal is to help people find balance in how they use their media, especially as it relates to family interactions. In this episode we talk about the training period before getting an account as well as teaching consent with online posting.

    • 35 min
    It’s Time To Make A Change! //David Monahan & Haley Hinkle //Fairplay

    It’s Time To Make A Change! //David Monahan & Haley Hinkle //Fairplay

    There are 2 major bipartisan bills that need your support. KOSA (Kids Online Safety Act) and COPPA 2.0 (an update of the Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act) are making their way through the legislative process and we need your help to get them all the way there!  On this episode, members of the legal team at FairPlay explain both bills and why these important next steps are needed to keep our kids safe online. We also talk about how you can contact your Senator to make it happen.

    • 32 min
    A Gen Zer Talks About Social Media //Cece Hawley //Live More Screen Less

    A Gen Zer Talks About Social Media //Cece Hawley //Live More Screen Less

    Cece Hawley is the President of the Live More Screen Less Youth Council.  She’s a Gen Zer who has a passion for digital wellness and change.  Cece has an inside perspective of growing up with social media and the tricky relationship between tech and teens.  On this episode we talk about what it’s like to grow up with tablets in school and what makes an influencer.

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

juliannalo ,

So many incredible experts

I love listening to every new episode and gaining new ideas and insights on how to improve my screen habits and those of my kids.

McGregor4 ,

I have learned so much

Thank you for bringing all the experts and information to one location so that I can learn and listen at my pace. I have already implemented some of the things that I have learned and it is making a difference in our family. 💕

RachelLovesPodcasts ,

So proud of you!!

This topic is so important!! We are so proud of you for getting this message out into the world! -Rachel and Monica (Podcast U)

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