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Dr. S VIDEOS: Raising Healthy Kids in a Media-Rich World
(Please also See PRESS for other broadcast, online, and print appearances.)

 

 

Winnetka School Shooting Remembered 25 Years Later
May 19, 2013

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Browser for Kids Leverages HTML5 to Bring Safe Games and Education
December 7, 2012

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How to Talk to Kids About School Shootings
December 17, 2012

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Child Psychologist on How to Talk to Kids About Newtown, CT Shooting
December 14, 2012
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ZillyDilly™ iPad Browser by Distinguished Child Psychiatrist

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Evanston Library, Evanston, IL,
September 11, 2010



Wilmette Library, Wilmette, IL, August 23, 2010

Part 1: Dr. S presents his ideas

Part 2: Dr. S presents his ideas

Part 3: Q & A – Videogames

Part 4: Q & A – Privacy vs Supervision

Part 5: Q & A – Restricting Media Time

Part 1: Dr. S presents his ideas

Part 2: Lively exchange with parent Q and A



San Jose, May 26, 2009 (approximately 9 minutes each)

Raising Kids1: placing the computer, about Dr. S, reset your thinking

Raising Kids2: media diets, growth opportunities, family relationships

Raising Kids3: values education, socialization, education enrichment, entertainment, portals, research

Raising Kids4: redo media room, being present, shyness, infant screen time

Raising Kids5: neuroscience, video games, addiction, conflict, confidence, entertainment=dessert

Raising Kids6: balanced diets, older kids and teens

 

Authors@Google Series: Raising Healthy Kids in a Media-Rich World
Dr. S discussed his hands-on experience with technology and digital families and the issues of age-appropriate family media plans for promoting healthy childhood growth and development. The IT industry plays an important role in assisting parents in these efforts. San Francisco, May 22, 2009

 

Midday News Author Series: Dr. S presents
Kids, Parents & Technology: A Guide for Young Families, March 10, 2010


WGN 1: Home Court Advantage

WGN 2: Change Your Mindset: Media are Appliances

WGN 3: Making Digital Media a Family Activity

WGN 4: Make Media Plans. Rules aren’t Enough.

WGN 5: Important Advice: Parents need to have confidence.

WGN 6: Needs of Kids and Families Haven’t Changed (Sound byte)