We’ve all seen how tech can isolate: merely observe a family out to dinner “together,” when everyone is scrolling a screen.
But tech has become an essential connector, once kids get their first phone, about the age of ten. That’s when they start hanging out with friends in digital space.
Even though 8-12 year olds typically have a growth spurt, they’ll still recognize friends at school next fall with whom they’ve FaceTimed.
Now, if those tweens can just remember how to make eye contact and read body language…