A joint position statement between the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at Saint Vincent College. Concerning ages birth to 8

Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 (Joint statement by NAEYC and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at Saint Vincent College)

We are exposing our brains to an environment and asking them to do things we weren’t necessarily evolved to do,

Attached to Technology and Paying a Price

Attached to Technology and Paying a Price - NY Times AMAZING interactive article that uses every trick in the book to keep you online even while asking the question, "Are you too absorbed in technology?

From what we know about normal child learning, play time, social interactions and relationship building, and how these may be effected by technology.

Beware the quick tech fix when....

Washington Post: Is technology sapping children's creativity? Such a great article and I realize I am totally guilty of giving into the screen time.

WIRED answers if the Internet is brain vitamins.

Is the Internet Good or Bad for Your Brain?

How Trauma Affects the Brain of a Learner: Chronic stress can cause deficiencies in the pre-frontal cortex, which is essential for learning.

Neuroimaging of frequent Internet users shows twice as much activity in the short term memory as sporadic users during online tasks.

Neuroimaging of frequent Internet users shows twice as much activity in the short term memory as sporadic users during online tasks.

The pros and cons of tech as a health debate and what parents can do to encourage and mitigate too much technology.

Kids & Technology: The Developmental Health Debate

The pros and cons of tech as a health debate and what parents can do to encourage and mitigate too much technology.

Using mobile devices with artificial light at night change your sleep rhythm and can change your brain chemistry.

Terrible night's sleep? Blame your mobile phone: How exposure to artificial light 'fools' the brain into staying awake

Using mobile devices with artificial light at night change your sleep rhythm and can change your brain chemistry.

Effects of mobile tech on adolescent brains.

UK launches largest study of mobile phone effects on children's brains

Department of Health funding two-year 'Scamp' study to see whether use of mobile phones has any effect on development. By Charles Arthur and agencies

How babies learn naturally and how new sights, sounds, and other screen related output effects these normal learning conditions.

You think you're 'killing it' when you start multi-tasking?

How technology is fundamentally changing child development for the "digital generation"

Technology a fundamental change in child development

More than a third of kids under age 2 have used a smartphone or tablet, according to a survey released last week by Common Sense Media, and three quarters of children age 8 and under live in a home with at least one such mobile device.

New advances in technology to help their kids develop their communication skills

Siblings of children with autism probably should be watched with appropriate academic supports in place, …

Through the use of technology, children learn technology skills, while enhancing social and cognitive development.

How the Use of Technology Enhances Children's Development

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