The important thing is to break the consensus that says such self-control cannot be done.
An abundance of research shows both technology addiction and loneliness are on the rise. Is there a connection?
No one is talking about the real job-killer: technology.
Why do we think children prefer reading on screens versus paper?
In the digital playground that is Facebook, our inputs are binary.
Do we have the intellectual honesty and courage to admit that some of the past’s ideas might still be beneficial?
A pair of Harvard researchers found that humans spend nearly half their time thinking about something other than what they’re doing.
Filmmaker and muckraking journalist James O’Keefe is the latest conservative kicked off the social media platform.
A series of recent studies highlights how techno-addiction is seeping into the classroom.
A British academic just came out with a book about it.
A 9th grade teacher polled his class and found this answer.
Are screens shielding students from understanding truth?
Employers hiring new staff are prizing the ability to write speedily and legibly in cursive.
Would we have healthier and happier children if we focused on instilling more basic skills such as knitting, cooking, and other handicrafts?
Our classrooms should be places where we push back against technology, against a life largely circumscribed by screens.
Can we at least agree on that?
Individually, we depend more on our technologies than ever before.
Our advancements are incredible, but should we temper our expectations?
Guardini claims that the modern world has given birth to a new sociological category: the “Mass Man.”
Interestingly, real books actually help children learn better as well.
What’s driving our depression?
Learning from Joost Meerloo, who wrote on brainwashing, indoctrination, and totalitarian states.
Have iPad initiatives been misguided?
Is it solely attributable to lack of community, or is something else at play?
Conditioners: Humanity is too much work.
Technology—whether in education or other areas of human life—is a tool, not a cure-all. And in schools, in cannot substitute for good teacher.