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The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
The Psychology of Technology
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The Psychology of Technology

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This is a presentation I have delivered over 300 times over the last few years in South Africa. The primary audience is parents, children and teachers in schools or church groups. It helps you …

This is a presentation I have delivered over 300 times over the last few years in South Africa. The primary audience is parents, children and teachers in schools or church groups. It helps you understand the current state of new technology and how it impacts our relationships, communication and psyche as well as development in the 21st century.

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  • The most commonly recognized definition of bullying includes repeated, unwanted aggressive behavior over a period of time with an imbalance of power between the bully and the victim Manifestations of cyberbullying include name calling, sending embarrassing pictures, sharing personal information or secrets without permission, and spreading rumors. It can also include trickery, exclusion, and impersonation.
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    • 1. The Psychology of Technology Ramon Thomas www.netucation.co.za
    • 2. Technology “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” Einstein “ Technology makes it possible for people to gain control over everything, except over technolog y” John Tudor “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke
    • 3.  
    • 4. Future Shock?
    • 5. Technology Growth Explosion
      • TV +/- 3 Billion
      • 6. Cellphones 3 Billion
      • 7. Internet 1.5 Billion
    • 8. MXit
      • 18 million users
      • 9. 30,000 new users
      • 10. 500 million messages
    • 11.  
    • 12. Facebook
      • 400 million users!
      • 13. 7 million in SA
      • 14. 55% female, 42% male
      • 15. Largest 18-24 42%
      • 16. Fastest 35-54 274%
    • 17.  
    • 18. Why is Technology Popular?
    • 19. Pitfalls and Perils
    • 24. Cyber bullying
      • Stop, Block & Tell
      • 25. ThinkB4UClick
      • 26. R-E-S-P-E-C-T
    • 27. Online Predators
    • 28. Positive Examples
      • Dr Math (CSIR)
      • 29. Drug Advice Support DAS@MXit
      • 30. Missing Children SA Facebook Group
      • 31. eBlockWatch.co.za
    • 32. Dr Math
      • Meraka Centre @ CSIR
      • 33. Add 27799923960-9 as contact on MXit
    • 34. DAS @ MXit 1) Go to contacts 2) Add contact 3) Go to Jabber or Google Talk (depending on your version of MXit) 4) Jabber or Google Talk ID: idmtalk@gmail.com Nickname: Impact 5) Accept contact
    • 35. Reminder - Being SMART Rules!
      • Keep Safe (Privacy)
      • 36. Meetings Strangers
      • 37. Accepting Messages (SPAM, Phishing)
      • 38. Reliable (Lying)
      • 39. Tell An Adult
    • 40. Thank You - Questions? Ramon Thomas 082 940 7137 www.netucation.co.za

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