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alphonsine-crosaco Alphonsine Crosaco|   Apr 05, 2021

Ed-Tech in Elementary Schools: A Dangerous Trend?

There are numerous studies I can but don’t need to cite showing that screen time has negative effects on children. Yet, the field of ed-tech is continuing to expand into elementary school classrooms (and beyond: schools create class social media accounts and send push notifications to remind kids they have homework). Will this trend keep growing in the future, after coronavirus has passed? To be honest, I don’t see how this can be slowed down, yet it really should be. How is the industry looking toward the future?

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