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The goal of smart screen time initiatives is to build the capacity for individuals, families, institutions and communities to develop, implement, and evaluate screen time policies.
Policy Settings: Homes, child care, school, libraries, community centers, faith-based institutions, health care, youth programs.
Policy Makers: Parents, program directors, school teachers and administrators
Examples of Promotional Activities
|1. Build awareness of a need for change||Inform about benefits of mindful use of screens|
|2. Generate policy alternatives||Provide opportunities to learn about placement of screens in bedrooms, media diaries, etc.|
|3. Select appropriate policies||Provide opportunities to discuss and choose policies that work for a specific family, institution or community|
|4. Implement policies||Support families, institutions or communities who are making changes to reduce use of screens|
|5. Evaluate policies||Gather information to assess the impact of previous steps.|
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