Kids and screens: The battle for children's brains
But the truth will out. It always does.
And progressives have a problem. The troops are cracking up, breaking ranks, looking with horror at the Frankenstein monster theyâ€™ve brought to life. Sometimes in their own homes. And itâ€™s no love fest.
Iâ€™ll let the New York Times put it bluntly: â€śI am convinced the devil lives in our phones and is wreaking havoc on our children.â€ť
So says Athena Chavarria, who worked as an executive assistant at Facebook and is now at Mark Zuckerbergâ€™s philanthropic arm, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
You know, I partially agree with the above information that smartphones have a negative effect on the brains of our children. But agree, there are many advantages of such technology development. For example, the use of educational applications can help in the development of a child. The main thing is not to believe the description and the reviews, but to check everything in practice. Also, students are offered to use their gadget in the classroom to search for information, watch videos. This is a great time saver, unlike going to the library. There is also a huge advantage of video training, various online services that offer distance learning.