Resources for Book Clubs, Teachers, and Community Groups
This section is a work-in-progress (check back for more soon!) but for now, here is a page of discussion prompts and exercises designed to encourage conversation around the subject of phones/phone addiction.
And here is information on how to buy copies of the book in bulk (at a discount), in case you are interested in using it in your classroom, book club, or community group.
You may also want to check out some of the suggestions in the "How to Host a Phone Breakup Party" post.
Common Sense Media is a great source of information/research/suggestions about how to have productive conversations about screen time—check out this guide.
Lastly, there is an app called Flipd that is designed to help teachers encourage students to stay unplugged during class (and actually turns it into a competition!). And Lilspace enables you to "donate" your collective time unplugged to a good cause. Both are great examples of using technology to help us create better relationships with technology.
More soon—and please leave requests/suggestions in the comments!