Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
Verified by Psychology Today
What a waste of time and money. The last thing schools need is more high tech. "Solutions" that are just a stepping stone to more behavioral addiction.
Keeping electronic devices out of the classroom would be a start. A lot of kids are more or less professionally bored; that was true before the advent of smartphones, because to their tiny minds, it's "uncool" to be interested in books or in anything their teachers have to say. Now some of them are imitating the social misfits of the tech world, not wanting to interact with people or to experience a real environment when they could be playing with their electronic toys. Bringing more virtual reality into the classroom is just enabling their addiction. What's wrong with concentrating on the world?
Perhaps, but first we have to change our brains.
How Product Developers Keep Our Eyeballs Glued to Their Apps
Protecting our “humanware” by changing our smartphone behavior
Get the help you need from a therapist near you–a FREE service from Psychology Today.