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Let's help your students build digital habits that empower them inside and outside of the classroom


Digital distraction is disrupting learning

Students have an escape from discomfort in their pockets at all times. Given the stress of teenage life, it's no wonder that many have developed addictions to their phones that are impacting their mental health, distracting them in school, and preventing them from reaching their potential.
U.S. teens are averaging 8:39 hours of unproductive screen time per day 
The mere presence of a smartphone disrupts critical thinking and drains attention
Excessive smartphone use is significantly linked to lower levels of working and long-term memory

The Project Reboot Screen Time Initiative

Give your students actionable steps towards better tech habits

School assembly

Topics Include:
  • How screen time scales over a lifetime
  • How Dino developed and overcame a phone addiction in college
  • Dynamics and incentives of the attention economy
  • Consequences of excessive screen time
  • Dopamine's role in social media addiction
  • Principles of healthy tech use
Want to get a sneak peek?
An engaging presentation to kick off the program
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Follow-up activities

Exercises and discussion guides from the popular UC Berkeley course
Over 3 sessions, students will:
  • See how much screen time they are on pace for
  • Discuss the pros and cons of social media
  • Set clear intentions for their tech use
  • Reconfigure their devices to make them less addictive
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Parent Workshop

Practical tips for encouraging healthy tech use in the home
Topics include:
  • Modeling healthy tech habits
  • Facilitating productive conversations around screen time
  • Defining realistic rules regarding tech use
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Daily Nudges

A daily text that gives participants a small step towards better tech habits
Each day for a week, participants receive:
2-10 min video clip
Discussion Question
Brief Activity
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Screen Time Challenge

A friendly competition to incentivize screen time reduction
Students are encouraged to submit their screen time reports for three weeks. Their responses populate an interactive dashboard that shows how everyone is trending and displays leaderboards for individuals and grades. 

Why Students Love Project Reboot

Science-based curriculum

Approachable lessons that will deepen their understanding of why technology can be addictive and teach them how to win back control over their devices

Topics include:

  • Leading research on dopamine and its role in tech addictions

  • How to reconfigure your devices to eliminate distractions

  • Impacts of screen time on cognition and mental health

There are no prescriptions

There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to healthy tech habits, so we don't tell students how much screen time is too much.
The objective of the program is to help students clarify their intentions for their tech use, then give them a powerful toolkit to stick to them for the long term.


Actionable tips from a trusted source

The Project Reboot curriculum focuses on steps that students can take to reconfigure their devices, clarify their intentions, and adjust their routines, that have been repeatedly shown to produce tangible changes in the tech habits of 1000s of other students. 

These recommendations are delivered by a recent college graduate who has experienced tech addiction first hand, and has personally tested the strategies of the program.

Their effort is rewarded

By completing daily challenges, reducing their screen time, and participating in discussions, students earn raffle tickets.

Prizes Include:

Kindle e-readers

Headspace subscriptions

Smart alarm clocks

REI gift cards

About Dino

An ex-social media addict on a mission to help his peers build healthy relationships with tech


Dino Ambrosi is an expert at helping high school and college students build intentional digital habits. While studying at UC Berkeley, he created a popular course called Becoming Tech Intentional which he taught to over 60 of his fellow students who reduced their screen time by an average of over 3 hours per day.

As part of the first generation to use social media in high school, Dino recognizes the challenges that social media presents teens and is able to connect with them as a peer. After overcoming his own addiction to social media and helping dozens of Berkeley students do the same, he understands what it takes to build better digital habits and knows how to motivate others to do so.

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