Surviving Darkness the Journey

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/the-new-lesson-plan-for-elementary-school-surviving-the-internet/2018/04/06/8b4a8202-0417-494b-a72b-792221e08e3b_story.html?utm_term=.20901abe3ffe

This article really caught my attention because I work in the Newark school system and see so many students consumed with technology at such a young age. Students no longer want to pick up a book or learn to write their names because all they want to do is play on YouTube. What happened to jump rope and tag? Technology has taken over that these parents no longer communicate with their children, but rather just hand off the cell phone or tablet and that’s it for the rest of the day. Children no longer know how to answer questions because there’s no one to talk to because Siri and Alexa have become their best friend. This article is a 6 for me because it makes me feel that there is hope for our youth that are lost right now this can be a way to draw them back into the real world. #fieldguide #netnarr

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