How to stay connected without the consequences
Youth Beat | Oakland, CA
July 8, 2014
Some teens would argue that social media and smartphones were harmoniously made for each other. A new study suggests that if you can train your mind to put down the phone somewhere nearby, it can correct the now falling average GPAs amongst high school and middle school teenagers in America. Find out how students are preventing their minds from being trapped by technology.
This video was produced with mentor support from Julia McEvoy with KQED.