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Barbra Bied Sperling (Staff)
sould be, if it isn't already a documentary.
Kim Heilig (Student)
was very good as it explained the effects of violence on T.V. and children, tips
for parents, other resources. I think you could easily use this material for
teaching and learning. There was enough information there to learn from without
repeating the same thing over and over. It kept the interest.
Lorraine Sabino (Student)
presented a lot of information in a brief space and gave a lot to think about.
easy to use.
Sandra Price (Student)
be relevent to my home lifestyle.THe quality of content does reflect concepts
and models significant with educational awareness.This site does have
potentialto enhance teaching and learning especially for parents. As a second
time user of this site I find it easy to find resources.
sherry patterson (Student)
seeking in depth knowledge would be advised to use this as a starting point.
Does contain a link to the American Psychological Association website which is
Corrina Gardner (Student)
The site explains how continuous exposure to violence leads to an insensitivity
to violence in children. I found this site to be an eye opener for parents.
Christopher Jackson (Student)
Psychological Association. The web page on violence on TV is short and succinct.
It took about 5 minutes to read through, but provided useful information. The
information on the page seemed very accurate, and provided examples of studies
on this topic. This site also provided information for parents and what they can
do about violence on TV. The major fault was the information did not seem
current. The ?for more information? section?s most recent publication was from
1991. I feel that there has been much recent information on this topic that
would prove beneficial.
As stated earlier this site was part of the APA site. The tool bar contains a
link for a site map, which takes you tall all of APA?s resources, including
topics on AIDS, aging, disabilities, kids, and women. It even has a link to find
your own psychologist (even though you would have to call). The sites seem full
of up to date information and provide an excellent learning experience. I
particularly like the public information section, which included the Violence on
TV article, as well as information on ways to control anger, depression, and
many others. I recommend everyone to check out this site because of its vast
amount of information and its ease to use.
Lindsay Franklin (Student)
Dale Gregory (Student)
help to teach children.
Marcia Stone (Student)
to other areas within the site which may answer questions for other issues. I
felt that the content was excellent and effective for teaching. This subject is
a major problem with todays children and many parents do not even realize this.
to get a password to work. Once I finally got it straightened out with you it
worked very well. I would reccommend this to any students for any subject
available that they need.