The 60 minutes segment is great, thanks for sharing it, Jon. I think we had it posted in the thread earlier but videos were taken down.
With regard to teaching students on this stuff, here are some things:
Another instructor and I came up with four items we see as key "competencies" for students. They are:
1) I can describe examples or situations that illustrate the "cost of multitasking."
2) I can discuss the value of being present in my important life roles (student, daughter/son, parent, etc.).
3) I have a fact-based understanding of my own device use (how much time I spend, what I do, etc.).
4) I am able to be (and/or choose to be) present during instructional time. I am able to be (or choose to be) focused when I need to optimize "work time."
We have developed and are continuing to develop learning pathways to acquire these competencies. I will share some of those when I have a bit more time. Also - I'm not sure about the 4th competency...maybe someone has a better way to convey that.