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    Are Kids Today Addicted to Screens? l Keynote In 5

    enJune 09, 2024

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    • Parental responsibilityInstead of blaming technology for children's challenges, parents need to set healthy boundaries and model good behavior to create a healthier relationship with technology.

      Instead of blaming screens for the challenges children face, we as parents need to take responsibility for setting healthy boundaries and modeling good behavior. The issue is not technology itself, but rather our hypocrisy in using it as a scapegoat while failing to enforce limits in our own homes. We live in a world where technology is only going to become more integrated into our lives, so it's essential that we start blaming ourselves and taking control of the outcomes we want for our children. By doing so, we can create a healthier relationship with technology and set a positive example for the next generation.

    • Critical Thinking Skills in EducationDespite AI taking over parts of education, it's essential to teach children critical thinking skills as they cannot be replicated by AI. Parents can lead by using AI tools at home and engaging children in discussions.

      While AI is set to take over a significant portion of what children are learning at school, it's essential to focus on teaching them critical thinking skills, which AI cannot replicate. Schools are currently banning AI tools like ChatGPT due to a lack of understanding and fear of the new technology. However, this is an opportunity to teach children how to think critically and creatively, a skill that will be invaluable as they grow older. Parents can take the lead by using these tools at home and engaging their children in thoughtful discussions, rather than just conforming to the school's rules. It may be challenging to change the schools' perspective, but at home, parents can create an invigorating learning environment that encourages exploration and independent thinking. The future of education lies in the collaboration between AI and humans, and teaching children critical thinking skills is a crucial step towards preparing them for this future.

    • Critical Thinking and AITeaching critical thinking skills to children is vital in today's world, especially with the rise of AI, as it helps them navigate complex information and transforms search engines into valuable tools.

      Teaching children critical thinking skills is essential in today's world, especially with the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI). Anxiety can arise when children feel pressured to perform well every 90 days, but focusing on critical thinking can help them navigate this complex landscape. While search engines have elements of critical thinking, AI takes it to the next level, making information more accessible and transforming platforms like Google into valuable tools. Sharing experiences, such as hiking or playing video games, with children is important, but guiding them through the process of becoming a critical thinker in relation to AI could lead to a particularly fruitful journey. As we look back on history, future generations may laugh at our reliance on traditional search engines, making the development of critical thinking skills in children even more crucial.

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