A look at the digital child
Why do researchers believe that in a few years, children will have a problem making eye contact?
Will parents and teachers jobs change drastically in the digital age?
The human brain has been changing for centuries, and in the last few decades, we see an acceleration in the process. We consider this as a development, and it is a good thing! But in reality, the changes that are related to the digital, are bringing new challenges that we never faced before. Our children are experiencing difficulties in communicating, creativity, thinking, memory, decision making, responsibility and more.
In fact, every month there is new research showcasing fascinating data on the development of digital children.
In order to learn how to deal with these new challenges, you first need to understand the changes that are happening – how are they infecting our lives and what can be done.
The “beyond the digital” lecture will expose you to exclusive data from the phycology and neurology fields. With this knowledge, we will prioritize the most crucial tasks for patents and educational professionals.
“Beyond the digital” is a lecture dealing with the pros and cons of the digital age in which we live in, as concluded from phycology and Neurobiology studies. The lecture provides fragment and scientifically proven tools to parents and education professionals in how to adapt and educate children in this digital age.
The first part of the lecture is a rundown on how the brain reacts in general, and to technology in detail. The second part is providing practical solutions and methods for dealing with this digital age.
This lecture provides an invaluable insight to parents and education professionals to children’s lives in the modern world. It gives a better understanding on how technology influences a child’s life.