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Apple seems to be doing what it can to keep anyone from developing software that helps people monitor and control their own screen time (or that of their kids). I guess this should come as no surprise, but it's yet another example of how big tech is doing what it can to keep our kids ensnared.

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60 Minutes took a look at the government study of how screen time affects kids' brains. Check it out here.

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Here's a cool opportunity. It's a webinar on Dec. 12 about nature based learning. Great concept!

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JOMO...The Joy Of Missing Out! Interesting study on a great idea (and an acronym that needs to sweep the world).

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Here's an NPR account of "Personalized Learning."

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If this is showing up in Ed Week, we (and the many other groups like ours) are starting to have real impact. Education is notoriously slow in picking up on what is actually going on. We're making progress!

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This is a good petition about screens in schools near where I live. Read about it and please sign on if you feel so inclined. Thanks!

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Joe and I have noticed the biggest critics of 1:1 learning are the very people it's designed to "meet where they are," our students. You can expect to see more of this.

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The New York Times a few days ago ran several pieces highlighting many of the problems that come from an over-reliance on screens in the lives of kids. Is the tide turning?
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