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Social Media Screen & Youtube Streaming Phone Addiction Spot & Avoid

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In this 16-Class class, students will learn how to identify and avoid addictive behaviors on social media and streaming sites. Led by an experienced teacher and computer science expert, the course will cover a variety of topics related to addiction and online behavior.

Class 1: Understanding addiction
Students will learn about the signs of addiction and the ways that social media and streaming sites can be designed to be addictive.

Class 2: Developing healthy habits
Students will learn about the importance of developing healthy habits and strategies for breaking free from addictive behaviors.

Class 3: The impact of social media on people
Students will learn about the impact of social media on people, including the role of comparison, FOMO (fear of missing out), and cyberbullying.

Class 4: The impact of streaming on people
Students will learn about the impact of streaming on people, including the role of binge-watching and addiction.

Class 5: How to spot addiction
Students will learn how to spot addiction.

Class 6: Strategies for avoiding addiction
Students will learn strategies for avoiding addiction, including setting limits, taking breaks, and finding alternative activities.

Class 7: Media literacy
Students will learn about media literacy, including how to critically analyze and evaluate the information they encounter online. They’ll explore the concept of “fake news” and learn strategies for identifying and avoiding misinformation.

Class 8: Online privacy
Students will learn about online privacy, including the risks associated with sharing personal information online and the ways in which social media and streaming sites use their data. They’ll explore tools and strategies for protecting their privacy and maintaining control over their online presence.

Class 9: The impact of social media on society
Students will learn about the impact of social media on society, including the role of social media in shaping public opinion, the spread of misinformation, and the amplification of hate speech.

Class 10: The impact of streaming on society
Students will learn about the impact of streaming on society.

Class 11: The psychology of online behavior
Students will learn about the psychology of online behavior.

Class 12: Mindful technology use
Students will learn about mindful technology use, including the importance of being intentional and aware of our technology use and the ways in which technology can be used for good.

Class 13: Alternative activities to technology
Students will learn about alternative activities to technology, including hobbies, physical activities, and creative pursuits.

Class 14: Building healthy relationships with technology
Students will learn about building healthy relationships with technology, including the importance of setting boundaries, maintaining balance, and avoiding burnout.

Class 15: The role of community online
Students will learn about the role of community online.

Class 16-Class: Students will learn how to identify and avoid addictive behaviors on social media and streaming sites.

By the end of the class, students will have a deeper understanding of addiction and online behavior, as well as practical strategies for avoiding addictive behaviors and using social media and streaming sites in a healthy way. Enroll your student today and help them develop the skills they need to navigate the online world with confidence and resilience!

What is the class structure?
Our dynamic class structure combines insightful lectures, interactive discussions, and practical activities, ensuring that students gain both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to excel in their academic journey. By exploring various learning styles and memorization strategies, we aim to personalize the learning experience, enabling each student to discover the most effective study methods that resonate with their unique learning preferences.