Technology And The Impact Of Technology On Children

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Technology and the Impacts to Children The emergence and development in technology has impacted negatively to both the social and academic development of children. the issues of technology that children are facing today can be approached with the limitation in aspects such as riding bicycles, playing sports, and building forts. Technology has had much impact in terms of educational and social relations among young kids. For instance, children have recorded low performance with regard to the emergence of ipads and computers. This have all encouraged more use of these technologies and less time to socialize Children today lack the qualities to approach to s stranger. the development and emergence of technologies such as the ipads, …show more content…
The mode of communication is an aspect that is imperative and adequately affects considerable development. The emergence of iphones that allow children to access the internet and approach nude videos and other immoral content has declined their morality. “Entertainment technology (TV, Internet, video games, iPads, cell phones) has advanced so rapidly, that families have scarcely noticed the significant impact and changes to their family structure and lifestyles” (Stephen, 203, pg. 46). This depicts that children have now relied on technology to various activities such as play thus challenging their creativity. Children have ventured into online conflicts where other incidences have resulted to abuse. The aspect of social development is further declined when children are not able to communicate adequately and approach text messages. Even though it links children much faster, technology has negatively impacted in terms of discrimination where other children are abused and even …show more content…
Playing puzzles over the Internet deprives young toddlers from learning to work in groups. Children who grew up ten years ago without the advancement of technology understand the significance of this. The importance of indoor entertainment is that it teaches young children to sit down in a place and engage in some activity. Mrs rosin describes a certain situation where a toddler was given an I-pad along with his other toys. He first used the iPod daily for some days. Now he picks it up every once in a while, but not all that often. He has just started learning letters in school, so he’s back to playing Letter School. A few weeks ago his older brother played with him, helping him get all the way through the uppercase and then lowercase letters.(rosins. Pg4). This kind of interaction even between siblings who live under the same roof for many years lack the communication that is required to bond with each other. It is not possible with toddlers and young children to bond with anyone if they lack the opportunity to play

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