A HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIP WITH TECHNOLOGY STARTING FROM CHILDREN’S OPINION ON IT. A CASE STUDY FROM THE PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN WORKSHOPS IN THE LOCAL LIBRARY Cover Image
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A HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIP WITH TECHNOLOGY STARTING FROM CHILDREN’S OPINION ON IT. A CASE STUDY FROM THE PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN WORKSHOPS IN THE LOCAL LIBRARY
A HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIP WITH TECHNOLOGY STARTING FROM CHILDREN’S OPINION ON IT. A CASE STUDY FROM THE PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN WORKSHOPS IN THE LOCAL LIBRARY

Author(s): Liana Fanca
Subject(s): Philosophy of Language, School education
Published by: Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai
Keywords: philosophy workshop; argument; dialogue; parents-children;

Summary/Abstract: A Healthier Relationship with Technology Starting from Children’s Opinion on it. A Case Study from the Philosophy for Children Workshops in the Local Library. One of the most discussed problems in parenting is children’s relationship with technology. The article analyses a few of parents’ fears that drives their attitude and some of the skills developed while using technology, mirrored by the skills of the future work. Also includes a study case from our philosophy for children workshops on technology held in the local libraries in 2019. Children are prepared to understand the arguments of a parent in a real dialogue. In order to create one, parents should consider the opposite of the truth they know as well as children’s opinion. Due to the attractiveness of technology, every child needs help from adults in order to create a strategy for a healthy relationship with technology.

  • Issue Year: 64/2019
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 119-141
  • Page Count: 23
  • Language: English