[LISTEN] Harnessing gamers as a resource to serve mankind

In the parenting feature, creative parenting expert, Nikki Bush, chats about harnessing gamers as a resource to serve mankind.

Bush says that the average primary school child will most likely have 10 000 hours of gaming, under their belt by the age of 21.

The message I'm trying to land is that globally, gaming is something that everybody does adds Bush.

She says that gaming has become part of our daily lives.

The interesting statistics are that 21 billion hours worth of gaming is done weekly around the world.

Nikki Bush, creative parenting expert

They (children) are playing a game with a goal that has rules... They are collaborating, problem-solving and risk taking.

Nikki Bush, creative parenting expert

Click on the link below to hear more...


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Amanda Black on reclaiming her power

Amanda Black on reclaiming her power

The "Afro Rockstar" sensation has released her second album, appropriately titled 'Power'.

'KFC couple's wedding going to be bigger than the Sama Awards'

'KFC couple's wedding going to be bigger than the Sama Awards'

Funnyman John Vlismas gives his irreverent take on the week's news.

'Food is being used by kids as a weapon against their parents...' - Nikki Bush

'Food is being used by kids as a weapon against their parents...' - Nikki Bush

In the parenting feature, creative parenting expert Nikki Bush chats about how children use food as a form of control.

[LISTEN]Progressive parenting requires a village mentality says parenting expert

[LISTEN]Progressive parenting requires a village mentality says parenting expert

Creative parenting expert, Nikki Bush says that in this day and age, children need a lot more than us just as parents.

‘What our children hear has the ability to heal or harm them’ - parenting expert

‘What our children hear has the ability to heal or harm them’ - parenting expert

Parenting expert Nikki Bush chats about the strategic game Pig Ball & advises parents to be careful of what their kids overhear.

Chores are the glue of consistency in family life – Nikki Bush, parenting expert

Chores are the glue of consistency in family life – Nikki Bush, parenting expert

Creative parenting expert Nikki Bush chats about the importance of chores, and some housework that’s on a NEED TO KNOW basis.

Popular articles
Caller defends Sho Madjozi's two-channels statement

Caller defends Sho Madjozi's two-channels statement

Eusebius McKaiser and callers debate issues from the Sho Madjozi to the Springboks.

Granny rescues 13-year-old girl chased away from home by mom

Granny rescues 13-year-old girl chased away from home by mom

Khabazela shares tweets and Facebook posts that have gone viral.

BEE has not worked, says Capitec CEO

BEE has not worked, says Capitec CEO

Capitec CEO Gerrie Fourie explains the challenges the bank, named Top 100 Company of the Year, faces.

'Aarto Act could be used by Sanral to enforce e-toll compliance'

'Aarto Act could be used by Sanral to enforce e-toll compliance'

Justice Project SA chair Howard Dembovsky says the act presumes a motorist to be guilty until he or she proves they are innocent.

[VIDEO] Port Elizabeth gets an eyeful of Faf's famous SA-flag speedo

[VIDEO] Port Elizabeth gets an eyeful of Faf's famous SA-flag speedo

Faf de Klerk threatened to upstage his captain when he showed off his patriotic 'broeks' in PE on the Springbok victory tour.

Capitec Bank must OK BEE share sale. '47 000 Transnet pensioners are suffering'

Capitec Bank must OK BEE share sale. '47 000 Transnet pensioners are suffering'

"The judgment is damning against Capitec Bank," says freelance journalist Ciaran Ryan.

[WATCH] 'I didn't poop, I peed,' kid excited that he went potty successfully

[WATCH] 'I didn't poop, I peed,' kid excited that he went potty successfully

Khabazela shares tweets and Facebook posts that have gone viral.

Bryan Habana opens up about money, and now having to buy his own clothes

Bryan Habana opens up about money, and now having to buy his own clothes

Bruce Whitfield interviews the legendary Springbok about his attitude toward money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.)