Dr. Lowell Monke - I'm So Full I'm Empty: Becoming Competent within our Consumer Culture

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Dr. Lowell Monke outlines the impact of digital technologies and consumer culture on young children and teenagers. He offers guidance for parents who want to set reasonable boundaries and educate children so they can be masters of media (rather than be mastered by it). See also:" Tweet, Text TV: Parenting in a New Paradigm". Dr. Monke's talk is part of the Lake Champlain Waldorf School's Life of the Child Conference held on March 11 & 12, 2011.

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