Digital Maturity Children's Understanding

The project wishes to provide clear evidence on how digital maturity impacts Information and communication technologies (ICT) behaviour of children at the ages of 9–16

Inter-disciplinary, multi-method approach project

The project applies an inter-disciplinary, multi-method approach by integrating and connecting expertise, methods and knowledge from different research areas such as business management, psychology, sociology, neuroscience, media and information systems.

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Connecting adolescents' concrete work to big ideas may help shape their neural networks over time. #brain #learning #experiences #kids #adolescents #education

In their efforts to manage what one parent called the tsunami of devices arriving in their homes, parents adopt three distinct genres or constellations of practices – embrace, balance and resist.
#P4DF @MediaLSE

“Play is vital for children, as it supports their emotional, cognitive and physical wellbeing and development... Yet poor design, aggressive marketing strategies, greedy datafication...compromise children’s experience of digital play.”

@giovannamas #P4DF

Researchers found that among 6-7 year-olds who were born before the 28th week of pregnancy and those who had more than two hours of screen time a day were more likely to have deficits in overall IQ, executive functioning, impulse control, and attention.

Seven in 10 parents and teachers feel many of the skills gained through remote learning will benefit children in their future careers. (@genna_ash
via @Educ_Technology)
#children #digital #skills #ict #remotelearning #education #technology

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