In my opinion, the internet has a huge impact on our young children to some extent. You could argue that this is an important thing for them to do, but I think that for many kids, they really aren’t getting the benefits that they should. For example, I have a nine year old daughter. She has a lot of friends on Facebook and I honestly try to make her an even more active part of it.
The internet has changed everything from education to parenting. It has literally helped us create a digital utopia, and it has made it possible for all of us to communicate with one another without needing to use a phone. In fact, I would argue that the internet has given us the ability to connect with each other in a more intimate way than ever before. In the end, though, there is a big difference between what was possible a few decades ago, and what is possible now.
I feel the biggest difference between the generation of kids growing up today (ages 5-12), and their parents, is that they have access to technology that allows them to create, share, and collaborate with their peers and friends. The internet has changed the way in which kids interact with each other and is a HUGE part of this.
I believe that is the case. From the internet, there are a number of channels where children can be exposed to a wide range of ideas, and they are also often exposed to more information than they would have if they were in the real world. It has been shown that children are much more likely to learn from and participate in activities that they would not have experienced if they were in the real world.
The internet is not the only way to connect with young children. It is also one of the ways to connect with adult children, older children, and even grandparents. I have not found it to be a good thing, at all. Children, especially girls, are more socialized than ever before and are less attuned to social cues or the way we behave at home.
The internet is a huge influence in our lives. In fact, the research suggests that the internet is the single most important factor that accounts for a large portion of our growth and development into adulthood. There is a lot of good research to back this up and many studies have been done that prove the connection between internet use and all different facets of our lives, including the areas of education, employment, productivity, and more. The internet is also integral to our relationships with friends and family.
My experience is that the internet increases socialization in the form of sharing and connecting. Children aren’t learning as much by talking with each other as much as their peers are, but the internet certainly does help children learn more.
My experience is that the internet increases socialization in the form of sharing and connecting. Children aren’t learning as much by talking with each other as much as their peers are, but the internet certainly does help children learn more.I can’t speak for the internet, but I have seen the positive effects of the internet on my own kids. I have also seen the negative effects of the internet, which can be overwhelming. One of the most common concerns I hear about the internet is simply what happens when a child is “socialized” with a screen. I’ve had a couple of my own children get very upset when they discover that they can’t just be talking to one of their friends.