The Great Screen Time Debate

As online learners and workers, many of us are interacting with a screen more than 12 hours each day. Children are not far behind us, with the growing presence of screens and technology in their lives. After examining research in the area of screen time and/or the use of technology in learning, present your position on screens. What differences did you see when comparing older research on TV, video games, and sound recordings with modern research on computer screens, phone screens, and EMF exposure? What new perspectives did your research reveal?



The Future of Learning

Drawing upon your own experiences in learning and on what you have seen in modern debates and research, present a description of your ideal learning system. You might share your ideas for children, for adults, for families, for corporate training, for higher education or for all of these. What changes would you like to see in the way learning is approached in our society?