Education In The Age Of Technology Essay

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Although technology has its positive attributes, it has to have its down sides. Many parents and educators are only concerned with the negative impact technology has on their children/students and how well they do in school. There are many factors to how well a student could do in school, technology however is a big factor with today's generation as well as upcoming generations. Since the students were exposed to technology at such a young age, watching television and playing games has shortened their attention spans, which makes it difficult for them to pay attention in class for long periods of time. Since their attention spans have gotten shorter, they get distracted by their phones or whatever they can and end up missing important information that they may get tested on.…show more content…
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