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Three Future of Children Events about Children and Electronic Media

Mark Your celendars for these three events from The Future of Children. They are free and open to the public.

Children and Electronic Media
Trends in Children’s Media Use, The Role of Government Policy, and Social MarketingWednesday, April 23, 20089:00 am — 11:00 amThe Brookings Institution, Falk Auditorium,1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DCRSVP: http://onlinepressroom.net/brookings/new.%20

Children and Electronic Media: Parenting in the Technological Age
Thursday, May 1, 20087:00 pm – 9:00 pmPrinceton University,Robertson Hall, Bowl 16Corner of Washington and Prospect StreetsPrinceton, NJRSVP: http://www.futureofchildren.princeton.edu/media/parents/.%20

Children and Electronic Media: Teaching in the Technological Age
Friday, May 2, 20088:00 am – 3:15 pmPrinceton University,Robertson Hall, Dodds AuditoriumCorner of Washington and Prospect StreetsPrinceton, NJRSVP: http://www.futureofchildren.princeton.edu/MEDIA/.%20

Electronic media has become an integral part of students’ lives and a major point of interest for educators. Questions about the impact of electronic media on student learning and wellbeing have led many school districts to question how and why they should be using technology.
The purpose of this conference is to showcase innovative uses of technology in the classroom and provide school district with ways that they can enhance their classroom curriculums and professional development programs. An overview of the research regarding electronic media and its links to achievement and social development will be provided as well.
This conference is designed in conjunction with the latest journal issue of the Future of Children “Children and Electronic Media”. This issue, due to be released in April 2008 shines a spotlight on Electronic Media, focusing mainly on its impact on childhood wellbeing and policy implications.
Click here for the “Children and Electronic Media: Parenting in the Technological Age” Seminar

These events will present findings from The Future of Children: Children and Electronic Media, which is available free-of-charge on our website, http://www.futureofchildren.org/
The Future of Children is a co-production of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Brookings Institution.
For more information, email [email protected].

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