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Quite regularly, I receive email inquiries from high school students who are in the midst of doing research papers. I suppose they find me by Googling their research topic or looking through the list of experts at Psychology Today. When they find authors who have written about their topics, they email a bunch of us and hope someone will take the time out of our extremely busy schedules to respond to a series of questions.
I love helping young people. But quite honestly, I have a big issue with the growing trend of asking experts to think for students. What happened to the day when students picked and honed research questions, read articles that experts had written, then wrote a paper that critically reviewed those articles?
Instead, it feels like students want me to think for them.
Here is an email I received just a few days ago, printed here with no name or school attached. My question that I will be discussing is this: How is technology affecting how children learn and how they are being raised?
I have 10 questions I would like for you to answer for me to help me in my quest for success in my research project. How have you noticed a difference in how the school systems have adapted to the growing use of technology?
Has parenting become an easier task for parents nowadays thanks to technology? Are teenagers on the path to become better scholars due to the ease of information acquisition? Is Social Media playing a key role in how technology is affecting how teenagers act socially? Should schools adapt to the new demand for technology use for educationor should they stick with the old fashioned ways of education?
Is violence in video games or television affecting how kids view violence in the real world? What can schools do to make the education process for younger generations to be able to incorporate their knowledge with technology, to be applicable to how they learn in school?
Please get back to me as soon as you can with your responses, I am awaiting your reply. I started reading it as a scholar who regularly considers research questions. I saw them as a series of hurriedly concocted questions that would lead to a disorganized and disjointed research paper.
This young person wanted me to spend how much of my time answering these questions?Developmental Psychology and Young Children Tawny Lace Please answer all the questions below using your preferred method from voice recording, written assignments or .
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