Keeping Your Kids Safe Online: It's 'Common Sense'
If you're a parent, you may have wondered what your kids are texting to each other or posting on their Facebook pages. Or maybe you've thought about it and decided you don't want to know. That's not the best approach, says child advocate James Steyer. Steyer runs Common Sense Media, an organization that helps parents decide what kinds of technology are age-appropriate for their kids.
On Point with Tom Ashbrook
There’s a new babysitter, teacher, toy and pacifier in toddler town. And it’s the iPad. The smartphone. The closest high-tech touch-screen gizmo that a parent can hand to a child. Toddlers are the new touchscreen aficionados. Jim joins host Tom Ashbrook to discuss the impact this technology is having on kids' learning and development.
Talking Back to Facebook
Jim discusses his book on WGN Midday News in Chicago.
Is the Internet hurting children?
Chelsea Clinton and James P. Steyer's op-ed on CNN.com asks: What are the real effects of media and technology on the huge segment of the population most affected by social media themselves: our children and our teens?
Talking Back to Facebook
Fox & Friends Weekend
Author James Steyer on raising kids in the digital age.
Impact of social media on our kids
Breakfast on Channel Ten
Host Kath Robinson speaks with Jim Steyer, Founder and CEO of Common Sense Media to discuss the impact of social media on our children, and the pitfalls of social media.
The pros and cons of Facebook
Jim discusses the pitfalls and possibilities of social networking.
Here's A Completely Different Reason To Be Skeptical About Facebook
Amid all the hype leading up to the Facebook IPO, add one more cautionary voice to General Motors’ decision to pull its advertising on the social network, the belief of half of the American public that Facebook is a passing fad and folks like Mark Evans, who just don’t think it’s a good investment. James Steyer wants you to take a step back and think about what Facebook is doing to shape the behavior and the psyches of young people.
Keen On… Jim Steyer: How To Talk Back To Facebook [TCTV]
If anybody knows how to talk back to Facebook, it’s Jim Steyer, the founder and CEO of Common Sense Media, America’s largest and most powerful advocacy group for kids. Steyer is the author of the new book, Talking Back to Facebook: The Common Sense Guide to Raising Kids in the Digital Age, which includes an introduction by Chelsea Clinton and presents parents, teachers and politicians with a very practical and realistic strategy for managing the social media activities of children.
Social media's impact on kids 'merits big debate'
Facebook's big stock offering on Wall Street must be followed by an intensive debate on Main Street about social media's powerful impact on children, an expert on the topic says. Jim Steyer, founder of Common Sense Media, a San Francisco think tank focusing on media and families, said the technology that Facebook represents is having "an enormous impact" on youngsters, families and schools worldwide.
How To Be A Tech Savvy Parent
Morning Joe on MSNBC
Kids Are More Than Data Points
Rise of Social Media a Threat to Your Family?
Christian Broadcast Network
“Net Smart: How to Thrive Online” by Howard Rheingold and “Talking Back to Facebook: The Common Sense Guide to Raising Kids in the Digital Age” by James P. Steyer
James P. Steyer founded the San Francisco-based nonprofit organization Common Sense Media with the aim of helping parents figure out how to responsibly usher children into the digital era; his new book, “Talking Back to Facebook,” shares that goal.
Raising children in a digital world
Jim Steyer shares his advice on parenting in the digital age with Matt Lauer on the Today Show.