Since the COVID-19 pandemic, problematic gaming, also known as gaming disorder, has risen among kids and teens. Today about ten percent of people who game have a video gaming addiction. Excessive gaming can hurt academic performance, relationships, and overall health.
In response, The Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health has developed Screen Smarts, an industry-leading toolkit for school districts and parent organizations. Programming is customizable to audience size, demographics, geography, and budget — and includes unique offerings for administrators, educators, support staff, parents, and students.
Nationally-acclaimed experts lead Screen Smarts, identifying and addressing how individuals can foster safe, healthy practices around gaming and screen time and improve student outcomes.
Read more about the Screen Smarts curriculum.
Bring Screen Smarts to your school district or organization! Email Director of Programs and Services Odessa Dwarika at email@example.com.