Hear me on the Cybertraps podcast

February 11, 2021 by Joshua
in Audio, Education, Habits, SIDCHAs

This episode started talking about sidchas and the episode one of the hosts did on my podcast, involving biking in minus 40 degree weather, but the meat of it was what traps us online and to devices, which also traps us polluting: people design everything to make us want more.

First they promote craving, then ways to mollify the craving but that recreate the craving. They try to addict us.

We also talk about how to exit the addiction, whether to devices or polluting behavior, and how to avoid getting addicted in the first place. And how to recognize when they’re trying to start it.

About Cybertraps:

The Cybertraps Podcast is a twice-weekly podcast discussing all the trouble we can get into with technology. Hosted by Frederick Lane, author of the best selling Cybertraps series and Jethro Jones, host of the Transformative Principal podcast, this podcast delves into the world of where and how people get caught in Cybertraps, and more importantly, what you can do to avoid them. 

One episode each week is an interview with some of the nation’s leading experts from the fields of education, parenting, sociology, educational technology, and cybersafety. The second weekly episode is a conversation about current events around cybertraps with Jones and Lane.

Lane has published several books on the topic of Cybertraps: Cybertraps for the Young (2011), Cybertraps for Educators (2015), Cybertraps for Expecting Moms & Dads (2017), and Cybertraps for Educators 2.0 (2020). Learn more at cybertraps.com

Jones has published over 600 podcast episodes and has the longest-running podcast focused on school leadership in Transformative Principal. Jones is also the author of SchoolX, and founder of Transformative Leadership Summit, an online only leadership conference started in 2016. 

Listen to the episode at the Cybertraps site

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