Mobile devices have become “essentials” for children nowadays. Photo: Edward Wong Mobile devices have become “essentials” for children nowadays. Photo: Edward Wong
Mobile devices have become “essentials” for children nowadays. Photo: Edward Wong
Malcolm Kay
Opinion

Opinion

EdTalk by Malcolm Kay

More ‘offline’ family time spurs responsible use of technology among children

Technology and innovation are playing growing roles in children’s development, but parents should watch their digital use and establish boundaries from a young age.

Mobile devices have become “essentials” for children nowadays. Photo: Edward Wong Mobile devices have become “essentials” for children nowadays. Photo: Edward Wong
Mobile devices have become “essentials” for children nowadays. Photo: Edward Wong
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Malcolm Kay

Malcolm Kay

Malcolm Kay is the Superintendent of Stamford American School Hong Kong and has over 40 years’ experience in American and International Baccalaureate curricula.