According to the article Toddlers on Touch Screens” Parenting the ‘App Generation’ “One day Fang Chang (a dad) bought his first iPadhe and his wife saw that their kid was mastering the device in like 10 minutes!” AND HE’S ONLY 2! Continue reading Babies with PHONES?!
“Man, I really hate this school computers. They’re so slow.” Do you ever wonder what this camera looking thing is in the computers are there for? Have you ever had to say “I hate technology in school”? Well, most likely never, because you haven’t seen the the new technology in action. Continue reading Why We Shouldn’t Have Tracking Devices
We should not have tracking device in our IDs. Because if you lose it gone and it is your job to keep up with your IDs.
Well they should because they lose it once in a while and people should take care of the IDs but people still lose them. Trackers will be so help full to see where people have been and so the trackers will help teachers and others to catch kids of what they do. Kids do things that teachers don’t know so why not put trackers on cards? Continue reading Should People Have Trackers on IDs?
There are 3 types of parenting strategies with regard to technology use:
1. don’t allow any technology in your childrens lives
2. allow unlimited technology and,
3. allow some technology with moderation.
Have you ever seen anybody take a selfie, or tweet, or make a comment on Facebook? There are so many people that do that today. But, have you seen a little kid do that or even have a phone or play a game on their phone? Continue reading Is Your iPhone A Babysitter?
Technology. We all use it. Our ancestors used technology. One day, while I was on my computer, playing video games, my mom said to me this: “I should talk to your father and limit your time on the computer.” “PLEASE NO! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!,” i responded, like any other kid would have. Continue reading Tech Time: A Dilemma From The Eighties, But Still Relevant
When it comes to using electronic devices, some parents think its bad, some don’t care, and some think a limited amount of time is good. Well, parents should limit the amount of time children use electronic devices. Parents should do this so children won’t get addicted to electronic devices. The time should not be so restricted that kids don’t get to use electronics at all. Continue reading Should Parents Limit Time on Electronics?
Two criminals are doing a drug trade when they hear the cops coming. Nobody is around to see them though, how they get busted? Continue reading Are We Recording Too Much?
Why We Should Have Tracking Devices in Students’ IDs
Imagine you woke up late, and barely made it to school. Quickly, you put your stuff in your locker and just start to walk to class and the bell rings. You wouldn’t be late because you had tracking devices built in your ID. Your teacher knows your location, because of the tracking devices in your IDs. He/she can send someone to your location easily to verify your location. Continue reading Why We Should Have Tracking Devices in Students’ IDs
Are you another phoneless middle school kid who has to borrow your friend’s phone when you stay after school? Continue reading Phoneless in The Age Of Phones
Some people say that parents should limit the time students go digital. And we should limit our playtime on video games, Netflix, and texting, etc. My parents don’t limit my time when I do all of my homework. I agree that it changes how students learn and what they talk about and damages their communication skills, but there are fun digital things that can motivate them. Continue reading Parents Shouldn’t Limit the Time Students Go Digital
Time Lapse With Technology
Should parents limit their kids time on devices?
The Tech World
Parents and teachers, should limit the amount of time kids spend on tech devices. Continue reading The Tech World
“But mom, all of my friends are on the group message in iMessage! All of them! A very rare moment!” Continue reading The Device Wars
Unthreatened or Unprotected
“You lost your ID? Oh that’s ok, we have the tracker on it, we’ll find it for you.” Continue reading Unthreatened or Unprotected
Low Tech Parents can take a say of what kids do in school like when kids should have cell phones at the right age. Kids should be able to take their phones out in school for school reasons only. Continue reading Low Tech Parents
Our World is full of technology, we can use some of the technology we have today to help bring an end to crime, they are Body Cameras.
Body Cameras can film evidence of the crime so that it could give actual proof that what happened during the crime so they could find what crime someone has committed. Continue reading Body Cameras For Cops?
I predict that police officers should wear body cameras for dangerous activities such as a suspect on the camera that a person can not see or a cop telling the truth but the boss does not believe them, then the boss looks at the cameras to see if the cop is telling the truth.So lets see the truth with BODY CAMERAS! Continue reading Should Police Officers Wear Body Cameras
“Johnny, put away your phone!”
“Be quiet mom, let me play.” Continue reading Too Young for Phones
If you ask me it would be a “ yes “ because kids shouldn’t have to be on devices all the time and I recommend don’t play too much of them around your parents so they won’t go all crazy around you.
If you’re a parent and you’re reading this, you should know about Steve Jobs that he was a low-tech parent. Most parents are high tech parents and kept track of how long there kid has been on tech devices. Some parents are like Steve Jobs that are low-tech parents and are fine or don’t care about their child on tech devices. Steve Jobs was a low tech-parent until people told him, “ you child must LOVE the ipad. “ Steve Jobs said “ they don’t play with it that much. “ Continue reading Should Parents Limit The TIme Kids Have Use On Tech Devices ?