Michael Mercier, President of Screen Education, will participate in the "Gaming Disorder" panel discussion to be held at the Independent Educational Consultants Association Conference on May 8 in Chicago.
The panel was organized by Michael Jacobus, Executive Director of Reset Summer Camp, a clinical camp for gaming addiction and other compulsive Internet behaviors. Reset Summer Camps launched in 2018 with 2 locations, and will expand to 4 locations in the summer of 2019.
In addition to Mr. Mercier and Mr. Jacobus, the panel will also include Dr. Deborah Gilboa, a parenting and youth development expert, Cam Adair, Founder of Game Quitters, and Jeremy Roark of East and West Holistic Counseling.
Screen Education enjoyed participating in the in-service teacher training event at Cincinnati's School for Creative & Performing Arts this afternoon.
The event, organized by 1N5, featured three 30-minute speakers, each of whom covered a different aspect of student wellness. Screen Education was tasked with talking about the ways in which social media negatively impacts young people, and what teachers can do to address this problem.
Screen Education presented its research on the benefits kids derive from attending overnight summer camps that don't permit phones at the Ohio Camp Association Conference at Ohio State University in Columbus, OH, for the third consecutive year.
Screen Education delivered a webinar to the Christian Camp & Conference Association's membership on how to optimize the mental health benefit campers derive from attending overnight summer camps that don't permit phones.
Screen Education today conducted 2 teacher workshops during the Westerville, OH, school district's in-service teacher training day.
The workshops covered the mechanisms of smartphone addiction and its consequences, and then provided a framework to help teachers assess their personal motivation for addressing the problem, the level at which they wish to address it, and the techniques they wish to use.
The Westerville City School District is located in the Columbus, OH, area that is comprised of 24 schools, 1,000 teachers, and 15,000 students.
BARCLAYs BANk EQUITY RESEARCH REPORT CENTERS AROUND RESEARCH BY SCREEN EDUCATION, EMI, & STARK STATISTICAL CONSULTING
Barclays Bank today published an equity research report for its institutional investment clients that focuses primarily on research conducted by Screen Education, EMI Research Solutions, and Stark Statistical Consulting.
The report --- published under the category "Sustainable and Thematic Investing", and titled "Smartphone Addiction: The Gen Z Backlash" --- is centered around our "Teen Smartphone Addiction National Survey/2018", and draws heavily from our webinar titled "Gen Z And The Backlash Against Smartphone Addiction", which was published in June.
The Barclays report includes an extensive infographics review of the survey's findings, along with a transcript of an interview with Michael Mercier, Screen Education's President, on how the backlash against smartphone addiction may impact Gen Z.
The report was generated as a service to Barclays' clients and will not be made available to the public.
A report published by eMarketer cites research data from a survey conducted in April by Screen Education, @EMI - Research Solutions, and @Stark Statistical Consulting, and includes quotes from an interview eMarketer conducted with Michael Mercier, Screen Education's President, on October 1.
The report, titled "Digital Life of US Teens", provides a snapshot of the online habits and behaviors of contemporary US teens, including the use of social media, streaming video, and gaming, and their views about online advertising.
In addition to survey data from Screen Education's jointly-conducted survey, the report also cites survey data from the @Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Deloitte, Pew Research Center, @Common Sense Media, The Harris Poll (Harris Insights & Analytics), The Washington Post, and Piper Jaffray, among others.
The report is available at no charge to eMarketer subscribers, and may be purchased by non-subscribers.