How can parents mediate between online and offline modes of education for children?
What are some ways children can adopt in preventing heavy reliance?
How can parents regulate children's exposure to technological use?
How can parents be readily equipped and available for children as sources of knowledge?
I think role modelling is key. Parents could take this lead by managing our own access and exposure to online platforms, and show the value of engaging with knowledge and others - beyond the screen. Whilst immediate gratification offered by online engagement may be difficult to overcome, parents could instead show how offline education and entertainment is actually more fun, and allows for greater social, emotional and sensorial engagement.
Stop letting your children use your handphones to entertain them. Give them books to read so you can control the right information that you feed them.