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  • 1. The effect of Media on ChildrenBy: Paul Desormeaux 06244596
  • 2. Studies show a dramaticincrease in the mediaconsumption of childrenfrom 1999 to present –Michael Connolly.By: huntleyareaplStudies show a dramatic increase in the mediaconsumption of children from 1999 to present –Michael Connolly.By: San Jose Library
  • 3. Warren Buckleitner found thatchildren were much moreinterested in the touch screenson tablets rather than mostother forms of children’s gamesWarren Buckleitner found that children were much more interested inthe touch screens on tablets rather than most other forms of children’sgames.By: Mijangka
  • 4. Children spend an averageof 7 hours and 38 minutesa day with media – TheKaiser Family FoundationBy: Newmanski
  • 5. Many parents have a dilemma on how much media theyallow their children in a given dayBy: HansKristian
  • 6. On the one hand, children can be well behaved and quiet,when engaged with mediaBy: Peter Byrn
  • 7. But parents are worried about the long-term effects of toomuch media consumptionBy: Oscar Ramirez
  • 8. Too much time spent with technology and too little time spent with otherpeople can hinder certain communication skills – Nick BiltonBy: Silenced No Longer
  • 9. But the same could be said about a child spending too much time withany non-technological activity and not enough time with other peopleBy: Maite Moreno
  • 10. Being surrounded by constant stimulation from media can havenegative consequences on our nervous systems
  • 11. There is a belief amongstteachers that technology ishampering children’sattention spans.By: GRACE education
  • 12. Teachers must work harder and try more innovative teachingstyles to maintain children’s attention these days.By: Corbis Images
  • 13. Children can develop theWikipedia problem:giving up on a problemtoo easily becausethey’re used to gettingthe answer to anyquestion right away onthe internet.By: Dr. Tony
  • 14. Perhaps worst of all, media has been known to distract students from completingtheir homeworkBy: Anita Li
  • 15. But there are many teachers who say media can be a usefuleducational toolBy: Sarah Lakiss
  • 16. There are many interactive apps that can help teach children how toread and work on problem solving skillsBy: TeachThought
  • 17. Some technological tools can be used for leisurely readingFrom: Amazon.com
  • 18. But we don’t fully know the neurological effects of media consumption yetBy: Medicalnewstoday
  • 19. There will always be a debate over this subject.Whether technology can aid in education or if it willonly hinder children’s ability to learn.By: Just Jared
  • 20. But the debate has been changed from whether or not technologyshould be a part of a child’s life to how much technology should beincorporated on a day to day basis.By: Verrussolutions
  • 21. It’s all about balance between the two extremes, to find a commonground between over saturation of media consumption and avoiding it alltogether. This is something that can be determined by the parents and thechild itself.By: Burkley Running Company
  • 22. Credits• All images are licensed under the creativecommons non-commercial share from flickr orfound from google images
  • 23. Sources• http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/03/31/disruptions-what-does-a-tablet-do-to-the-childs-mind/• http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/01/education/technology-is-changing-how-students-learn-teachers-say.html?_r=1&• http://www.theonlinemom.com/secondary.asp?id=896• http://community.norton.com/t5/Ask-Marian/Increased-Media-Consumption-and-Impact-on-Youth-7-Steps-for/ba-p/197786• http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2009/mar/03/asthma-television-tv-children

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