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CyberHealth: The impact of excessive screen time on learning and development of pre-school children

Date: 10 Oct 2020


With an increasing number of innovative learning software, phone applications, and digital gadgets, it is normal to be lured into the ‘digital world’ trend or perceive that screen time has more benefits to children’s growth, learning, and overall development. Yes! Technology has proven to provide children with an alternative learning experience. The auditory, visual and virtual interaction serves as a different medium to engage and teach children. In addition, digital gadgets have also become a convenient tool for parents (and caregivers) as it is perceived to keep their child engaged as an independent learner while they appreciate some personal time. However, when do we draw the line before screen time use contributes to learning and developmental concerns?

Hear from the Experts on 10th October 2020, 10 am.

Expert Panel:

Ms Judy Yap
Clinical Psychologist
Scott Psychological Centre

Ms Maria Concepcion
Senior Speech & Language Therapist
Magic Beans

Ms Hazel Goh
Lead Educational Therapist

Dr Shamini L.
Principal Occupational Therapist

Duration: 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Venue: Online

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Contact: Email Organizer

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Language: English

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