Screen Time and School Readiness
Children’s readiness for school, according to the National Education Goals Panel, consists of the following elements: physical health and motor development, social and emotional development, approaches to learning, language development, and cognition and general knowledge. Thank you in advance - Your Therapy Source
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Please respond to the statements based on your experience regarding the screen time of preschool children and younger and school readiness. Screen time includes all screens i.e. television viewing, smart phone use, tablets, video games and computer use.
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Screen time negatively effects physical health.
Screen time negatively effects fine motor development.
Screen time negatively effects gross motor development.
Screen time negatively effects social development.
Screen time negatively effects a child's approach to learning.
Screen time negatively effects emotional development.
Screen time negatively effects language development.
Screen time negatively effects cognition and general knowledge.
Reference
Reference: Williams, P. G., Okamoto, J., Lieser, D., DelConte, B., Donoghue, E., Earls, M., ... & Takagishi, J. (2016). The pediatrician's role in optimizing school readiness. Pediatrics, 138(3).
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