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How new technology affects the lack of interest of children in going to school?
Oh, children still go to school. There are just more ways now to plug in and tune out. Kids tend to say they don't need to study because the internet can provide them with all the answers. The thing is I could probably put it up on the internet that the South won the American Civil War and some poor kid or kids would actually believe that this is true because it is on the internet. Of course the North actually won the civil war but I hope you get the point.
I don't think it creates more lack of interest than was there before. Kids have been apathetic about school even since there's been school. I was not exactly a sterling student, and I'm 46 now. I think it just creates variations on old excuses. One of the biggest when I was in school was "Who cares? I'll never use this stuff!" I even heard this in advanced classes (I was in advanced Social Studies and English.) Now it's, "Who cares? If I need it, I'll google it!"
it never lacked but increase. introduction of video smart class made their study an exciting experience so that they love to go to school and study unless the old days when we cry hide and make some wrong diseases
I think technology is both good and bad. It can make it easy for kids to get distracted from the books. However, it can also be used to teach. As an example, I've found iPad apps to be very effective for teaching things like math facts. Websites like BrainPop are a great supplement to a textbook. So, how good or bad technology is really depends on how you use it.
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