How Do We ‘Auto-Correct’ Our Kids?

John Dockendorf23 Mar, 2015
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Not only do our Camp Pinnacle campers spend two weeks in nature, surrounded by surreal beauty and involved in action-packed camp activities, but they have the time of their lives without video games or technology. That’s one of Camp Pinnacle’s principles: unplugging from technology to reconnect with our natural surroundings and each other. Living in the absence of technology allows our students to focus on building strong, inclusive, and kind communities that focus on “face to face communication.” When one thrives without technology, it puts technology into proper perspective as a “useful tool” rather than a “must have.”

This video artfully and eloquently describes why we unplug for the summer.

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