There are several ways to fulfill the above-mentioned purpose. Let’s take a close look at two of them.
Secured Future = Protection for Kids
The methods to secure your children’s future can be numerous. First and foremost, it’s due protection from online/offline threats.
People all over the world always worry about their children, even the adult ones. From the very conception of a child, parents execute their watchful control over the correctness of a kid’s development, both physical and spiritual. If the former aspect ceases to play first fiddle as soon as the kid reaches the teen age, the latter one attracts the ever-growing parental attention in parallel to the kid’s moral growth. It can be a controversial one; thus, it must be guided even with the greater care than the development of a kid’s physique.
Modern technology can very much help track all the events fraught with dangerous consequences. There are special applications for the mobile phone monitoring of any risk-filled online/offline activities of the teenagers, for instance, mSpy. Do you know that it is the best parental control program currently available?
Secured Future = Good Education for Kids
There are more mundane parental duties, for instance, providing proper education. Besides protection, good education means secured and stable future for your kids as well. Modern educational process can be greatly aided by digital devices.
But there is one alarming aspect of their usage by kids. It’s cheating at schools, either outright or in a well-veiled manner. This question can be touched upon in one of the following posts. But right now, we’d like to discuss a more “noble” use of a gadget as a prop in language learning.
Recently, a disturbing tendency’s appeared in academia. In Great Britain, a quarter of pupils polled by the National Literacy Trust insisted there was “no point” attempting to master the basic rules of the English language. Schoolchildren shun traditional spelling and grammar and use “txt speak” in lessons. Children regularly resort to using mobile phone text message abbreviations such as “lol”, “gr8”, “l8r” and “b4” in their school written work. Many children believe that learning how to spell is a waste of time because of the emergence of digital spellcheckers.
There are always the opposite points of view for any controversial issue. Some experts claim that exposure to technology, particularly mobile phones and social networking websites, is fuelling a decline in pupils’ written skills. But another report from the Department for Education finds that mobile phone use required a “certain degree of phonological awareness” that could drive up standards of written work. Opinions differ.
Dr. Waldemar Martyniuk, the executive director of the Council of Europe’s Centre for Modern Languages, suggested that schools should be encouraged to give children “the right to be creative with language”, especially with the help of gadgets. This creativity can be extended onto other academic subjects later.
The same is becoming true for many other countries besides Britain. In the current context of the quickly developing science-technology tandem, it’s better to think properly about good education for future generations. It’s the best guarantee of their trouble-free future. Let’s hope that someday, our world will become an ideal place to live in. It can be done with the help of peaceful technologies to the benefit of humanity in general.
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