Children Hyper-Connected, Here Is How To Educate The Use Of Technology
Having smartphone for a teenager is pretty much a “duty as a teenager” and, therefore, a duty for every parent parental respectable.But not always, if ever, the children then have the proper education and proper culture of the use of mobile phones and network that enable it to be connected securely and right.The guilt, even if by design, is ours.
We who have taught to children as “not using” smartphone then, to understand how to educate our children hyperconnected use of technology, just do the opposite of what we often do with our phone.If the exercise is hard for us, then we can look at the rules that mom Janell Burley Hofmann gave his son (hyper) to benefit from the best of technology without being too compromised.
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The contract that Janell Burley Hofmann and his son Greg signed has become well known and is called iRules. That’s what it says.
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Every now and leave your phone at home because it is not a living being or an extension of your body. Learn to live without it. Be bigger and stronger than the fear of being cut off. Not only do photos and video. Live experiences: will remain etched in your memory forever.
Do not send or receive pictures of your private parts or others. Do not laugh. One day you will have the temptation to do so despite being a very intelligent boy Download new music, classical or different from the millions who listen to your peers. Your generation has access to music like no other in history. Take advantage of this opportunity to broaden your horizons If rings, you answer. It’s a phone. You say “ready”, be polite. Never ignore a call if the display shows “mom” or “dad”. For no reason at all. Turn it off or put it silent when you’re in a public place. Especially at the restaurant, to the cinema or while talking to someone. You’re not a rude person; not re-enables the iPhone to change you if the smartphone falls into the water, you break or lose, you will be you to bear the costs of replacement or repair. Save or earn something. Sooner or later it will happen, do not get caught unprepared