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Virtual Workshop Recording “Screen Time and Media…”

Virtual Workshop Recording “Screen Time and Media: What We Know Now and Considerations during the Pandemic”

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There is a lot of conflicting information on screen time and media recommendations for families and children. This workshop provides an overview of recommendations and what the research has found. Dr. Schwehr broadly covers different types of media (e.g., television, social media, video games) and suggestions for how to handle media and screen time during a pandemic.

Presented by Ethan Schwehr, PhD LP NCSP, Groves Academy Director of Diagnostics

This community event was recorded on November 10, 2021.

 


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Ethan Schwehr | Director of Diagnostics
Dr. Schwehr is a psychologist who is dually licensed by the Minnesota Board of Psychology and the Minnesota Department of Education. He is also a nationally certified school psychologist (NCSP). Dr. Schwehr started as a school psychologist in southern Minnesota before pursuing his doctorate degree. Since 2010, he has gained experience working with children and young adults in a variety of settings and capacities such as providing therapeutic services in outpatient clinics, conducting neuropsychological evaluations at the Medical College of Wisconsin, teaching courses and professional development seminars for local colleges and school districts, and completing comprehensive evaluations for adolescent boys in residential care. Dr. Schwehr has worked for multiple school districts in Minnesota and Illinois where he guided them through comprehensive evaluations, applications of Response to Intervention (RTI), and special education law.
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