Jocelyn Brewer, a psychologist from Sydney is developing a concept for online activities, such as games, apps and social media which is similar to food nutritional labels, to help us understand the impact that they could have on well-being. She is proposing these labels would show us what apps, games, online activities were actually improving our minds, like vitamins and minerals in our food.
What's the best way to create an online world that nourishes both you and your children? Registered Psychologist and Founder of Digital Nutrition, Jocelyn Brewer, joins Tony Arthur to talk about how you can create a balanced relationship with technology.
Jocelyn Brewer's insight:
An hour long segment about young people, digital parenting and edtech.
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