The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro


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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro This book provides valid points and some statement about kids of today and the technology of this generation Arguing with yours kids who play i

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Examples of misrepresented facts so far at 22% Fortnite is not a sandbox game Not even a little bit Since I'm not a gamer I double checked this with my husband Since the author is by his own statement not a gamer he should have checked with someone who knows While it is true that Victorian working class children were forced into work at what

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Jordan Shapiro ↠ 3 free download “People never have to have their opinions challenged any And when they’re forced to confront opposing ideas they don’t know how to deal with it Folks have this kind of tunnel vision that is obviously inadeuate for a healthy co

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Jordan Shapiro ↠ 3 free download summary The New Childhood I will preface this by saying I’m not too into “screen time” though I believe a limited amount is fine I’ve also recognized that I need to limit my own screen time which has led me to taking my son out to places and engaging in creative tasks I know Jordan Shapiro argues that we can do all that with screens whic

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    summary The New Childhood The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro free download ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Jordan Shapiro As an educator and a parent I had high hopes for this book but was sorely disappointed It does nothing to address highly addictive games like Fortnite and the fact that social media platforms and smartphone apps are specifically designed by psychologists to capture our attention and keep it for hours on end Many kids find

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Thank you Netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest reviewI thought this author made some valid and provocative statements about today's kids and the digital age The author believes we should allow kids t

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro free download ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Jordan Shapiro Jordan Shapiro ↠ 3 free download I am glad that Mr Shapiro method may work for him as a parent and for his children However I do not feel that his facts and ideas are accurate Rather he would present a true and better nuanced argument I am glad that he is willing to discount studies how gaming affect the brain of children including teenagers parenting methods that have wor

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Reuired reading for parents and educators There were points even I deemed too far but maybe I have a slight negative bias with technology with everything that's been happening in the last few years especially with social media Please go ahead and read this not as another feel good tech friendly book but as a bold statement about the future of mankind

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    summary The New Childhood Jordan Shapiro ↠ 3 free download The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Reuired reading for every technophobe parent A lot of valid points and the significance of historical cultural traditions I found it

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    The New Childhood) [Pdf/E–book] á Jordan Shapiro Video games and the digital world are not going to go away They are part of our lives whether we like it or not The New Childhood made me think In my opinion balance and guidance when dealing with children and the digital world is best The hard part is figuring out what that balance should be This book says a lot

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The New Childhood review Ñ 103 's past and presents entertaining micro histories of cultural minutiae the sandbox finger painting the family dinner and But most importantly The New Childhood paints a timely inspiring and positive picture of today's children recognizing that they are poised to create a progressive diverse meaningful and hyper connected world that today's adults can only barely imagi. Reuired reading for every technophobe parent A lot of valid points and the significance of historical cultural traditions I found it very informative on how to help mentor guide kids rather than shun technology because of a fear distrust of something parents cannot relate to or understand A uote that stuck with me was parents trying to vicariously have their childhoods relived by their own children due to nostalgia rather than adapting to this era

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The New Childhood review Ñ 103 In The New Childhood Jordan Shapiro provides a hopeful counterpoint to the fearful hand wringing that has come to define our narrative around children and technology Drawing on groundbreaking research in economics psychology philosophy and education The New Childhood shows how technology is guiding humanity toward a bright future in which our children will be able to. People never have to have their opinions challenged any And when they re forced to confront opposing ideas they don t know how to deal with it Folks have this kind of tunnel vision that is obviously inadeuate for a healthy connected society Grownups need to purge that fatheadedness and intolerance right out of the next generation It s our duty And it s also an economic and political necessity Dr Jordan Shapiro is not only a global thought leader academic and advocate for the future of children s education he is a delightful common sense authorstoryteller who serves up a straightforward dose of reality to parents and readers who unjustifiably fear technological progress and believe that social media and gaming are the root causes of every societal vicissitude In his debut book The New Childhood Jordan serves as empathetic guide who deftly employs history economics emotional intelligence and well placed philosophy and logic of Stoics to set the stage for how children all of us in fact benefit from our digital connections Yet at the same time he exhibits reverence for the all very human aspects of self Jordan serves as a soulful bridge who joins current technology to what we desire the most a safe haven a center place of family gathering and memory building Jordan provides everyday glimpses into how he parents his two boys establishes restrictions for the usage of smartphones not at the dinner table forms bonds through family gaming and convincingly showcases how electronic communication technologies such as tablets smartphones and laptops don t threaten family time It is the motivation for it He also warns us as parents to be careful when talking about our children s electronic devices as their sense of identities are connected to online avatars In other words to speak negatively of how they connect to others is to speak negatively to who they are His personal stories helped me to remember how immersed I was in anything television it was a black white picture RCA beauty connected to a rabbit ear aluminum foil wrapped antenna as a kid I couldn t get enough including commercials In 1972 I recall my mother lamenting how dangerous watching so much television was for my development Sort of how we as parents today feel about smartphones and other devices The fear was unwarranted then It is now My studies didn t suffer I was an advanced student yet there was something about that evil television that really got to herJordan shines when it comes to his ideas about the education system and how it must be transformed for children to learn how to flourish as productive effective adults in a connected world He provides refreshing and in some instances radical alternatives to the archaic grade based testing intense structure which primarily rewards youth for memorization when critical thinking skills are urgently reuired From revamped classroom setups to educational curriculum down to the educators themselves Jordan urges an open exchange of knowledge and skills with educators as guides who facilitate the flow of participatory engagement and provide an intellectual sandbox for children to develop skill sets which allow them to prosper within a digitally connected future In Jordan s sage words And this hit me hard Our current education system teaches kids to see themselves as rigid vessels But the world demands that they be porous membranes Frankly I m in awe of how Jordan as an advocate for traditional boundaries of family home and hearth can also so convincingly make the argument that the synergy of human plus digital has potential to raze intellectual walls and allow today s children to gain empathy balance and toleranceThis book is a game changer and will earmark Jordan as the educator s mentor for a new age Parents are going to learn what s reuired for their children to interact very human yet very virtual at the same time

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The New Childhood review Ñ 103 Create new better models of global citizenship connection and communityShapiro offers concrete practical advice on how to parent and educate children effectively in a connected world and provides tools and techniues for using technology to engage with kids and help them learn and grow He compares this moment in time to other great technological revolutions in humanity. As an educator and a parent I had high hopes for this book but was sorely disappointed It does nothing to address highly addictive games like Fortnite and the fact that social media platforms and smartphone apps are specifically designed by psychologists to capture our attention and keep it for hours on end Many kids find old games like Pac Man incredibly boring and have no interest in coding or taking apart computers they just want to play games like Fortnite which are specifically formatted to hold and keep their attention Students spend so much time on devices at school they have a tough time getting into assignments that don t reuire a device Social skills are suffering kids and adults aren t taking the time to analyze everything they see online nor do they really have the time reuired and we are dealing with high levels of depression and anxiety these are huge issues that we have to deal with at home in schools in politics and in the workplace but this book barely scratches the surface of addressing these problems beyond talking about his own children s use of devices and offering the same advice that most educators and invested parents already know Also his children are young I wonder if he will feel the same way when they are teens spending upwards of 11 12 hours a day on a screen According to Pew Research the average teen spends 9 hours a day looking atusing a screen in addition to the time spent using a device for schoolwork and homework so figure another 2 3 hours at least parents and teens are fighting an uphill battle one that most parents and teens are losing and they need a lot help than this book

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • The New Childhood
  • Jordan Shapiro
  • en
  • 10 December 2020
  • 9781529304657