Many parents know the problem: Children sit for hours in front of the Playstation and play Fortnite instead of meeting with friends outside. Or what is happening on Tik Tok gets more attention than what is happening over dinner. How do parents handle these situations? A ban? Time limits? A workshop in Impact Hub Basel I want inside the Swiss digital days Provide answers.
When it comes to games and social media, the classic distribution of roles in families is out of place. Many children often know these topics better than their parents. Yes, the little ones often have to help their guardians when the smartphone is supposed to be “crazy” again. It’s important to catch up with this ignorance, says workshop co-director Liz Lian: “I have a feeling that we as parents still have a lot to learn. And that in areas as difficult and complex as games, social networks and technology that are constantly changing. And we need something new. A new approach. And that’s exactly what this workshop is trying to achieve. “
Above all, this also means that together they must find a healthy balance. Another place where young people can learn to interact properly is the specialized office. Creative kids. Here children are supported in a wide variety of skills. Among other things, also in media literacy.
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