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Nicole Dreiske, a Winnetka native and graduate of New Trier, recently wrote a book about how children can both spend time on screens and learn important life lessons. PHOTOS SUBMITTED
Jacqueline Glosniak, Editor
3:45 pm CDT April 30, 2018
Today, the two most common observances of parents versus children and technology are either parents yelling at kids to unplug from their devices after hours of use, or allowing devices to literally babysit their children — at the park, on airplanes and even when out to eat. In a world where cell phones, computers and television screens compete for our attention at all hours of the day, it’s no wonder that so many parents just give into their children’s habits and allow them unlimited hours of unsupervised viewing time.