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Teaching todays students how to not ruin their lives using concrete, relevant real world examples through social media curriculum in schools.
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I remember when I got my first taste of technology. I had a beeper when I was in high school and purchased my first cell phone back in the mid-’90s when I was in college.
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Those moments, the one-to-one interactions he longed for with me, I found were slowly being replaced with gadgets.
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These days its hard to be a responsible digital parent when technology is changing so quickly.
we can't help but think; what impact will technology have on the social and mental behavior of our children in the long run.
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As parents, we need to pinpoint some of these behaviors to be able to provide them limits and even tech-free alternatives to learning and entertainment.
Our kids spend their days surrounded by screens. With TVs, computers, iPads, video game consoles, and smartphones, it’s almost impossible to avoid a media overload.
Have we stopped to think about how all this technology may be affecting their intellectual development? Is technology making our children dumb?
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