Teens, the News, and Positive Screen Time

May 17, 2021

Getting your teens to engage with the news can be a challenge, but it’s crucial for young students to understand what’s happening in the world. In this panel, WORLD marketing director Jonathan Woods, WORLD Watch program director Brian Basham, and God’s WORLD News managing editor Rebecca Cochrane discuss how to navigate the news with your teens and the power of positive screen time. Find resources that build news literacy and biblical discernment. Use materials that work alongside you to instill a passion for lifelong learning. Watch a free sample of our video current events program at worldwatch.news. Explore magazines for all ages at gwnews.com.

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