She has a Bachelors degree in business administration. Airan, who is from Pakistan, has been speaking to many different organizations, schools, colleges and churches about her experiences growing up there. She is the director of the Passion play at a local church in Lincoln, which involves about people with live animals and special effects.
Harnessing Energy Sensory Processing Sensory tools and techniques for responsible learning. Back to Basics raises awareness about declining literacy, and provides recommendations to ease the job of printing and reading for all children.
A Cracked Foundation profiles how attachment formation is an underlying causal factor for the recent rise in child mental illness and addiction. Mixed Signals Technology Balance Connection to technology is disconnecting child development. Mixed Signals covers research related to the impact of technology in child physical, mental, social, and academic domains.
Attention and Learning The importance of movement and nature for attention and learning. Diminishing Returns Successful Schools Increasing profits in the classroom. Diminishing Returns addresses student diversity, and offers solutions for classroom, gym and playgrounds to improve productivity.
Healthy Interactions Early Intervention Critical factors for early child development. Healthy Interactions raises awareness regarding the early need for adequate movement, touch, human connection, and nature. Generational Healing First Nations Recognizing and respecting past ancestry.
Generational Healing profiles attachment formation in First Nations communities, and offers strategies to repair primary relationships. Balanced Technology Management Human Productivity Powerful strategies to increase workplace productivity.
Balanced Technology Management raises awareness regarding the impact of technology on human productivity, and offers tools and techniques to optimize worker performance. Disconnect to Reconnect Parent Workshop Connection to technology is disconnecting child development and learning.
Disconnect to Reconnect enables parents to manage healthy balance between activities children need for growth and success, with technology use. Canada is 13th and U. S 27th on world stage in math, science and reading PISAand half of grade eight students do not have job entry literacy.
Elevated background TV exposure over time increases behavioural scores of month-old toddlers.
The ways in which we are educating and raising our children with technology are no longer sustainable. Impact Statement The past decade has seen a profound increase in use of entertainment technology by children, some as young as one month of age.
Critical milestones for child sensory, motor and attachment development are not being met. Developmental delay, obesity, mental illness, attention deficit, and illiteracy are now becoming the norm.
Media violence has now been categorized as a Public Health Risk due to causal links to child aggression. Early studies now indicate that electromagnetic radiation emitted from some forms of technology is harmful to adult physical and mental health, with no studies to date on the effects of EMF radiation on children.
It is now time for parents, teachers, health professionals, government, researchers and technology production corporations to join together to manage balance between healthy activity and technology use, a concept termed Balanced Technology Management.
Technology Use Overview Elementary aged children now use an average 7. Teens use an average of 9 hours per day entertainment technology Common Sense Media, Average screen time was 4. Children in centers had the lowest screen time 3. An American study found that children have access to a mean of five connected devices at home; a higher number of devices was correlated with increased risks experienced by children, but was not associated with increased concern or information seeking from parents Davis On average, children from birth to 23 months old are watching 55 minutes of TV a day, and 2-toyear-olds are watching 90 minutes per day.While responding quickly to incoming customer inquiries has almost become table stakes in social media, many sophisticated brands have learned that proactive customer care can provide additional benefits to both the company and the customer.
Read more: Positive Effects on Social Media Studies have also shown that, certain groups of teenagers are prone to violence because of media influence.
Watching too much television takes teenagers further away from school work and homework crippling them academically.
Using social media Web sites is among the most common activity of today's children and adolescents. Any Web site that allows social interaction is considered a social media site, including social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter; gaming sites and virtual worlds such as Club Penguin, Second Life, and the Sims; video sites such as YouTube; and blogs.
The Netherlands may be small, but the country has some serious technology talent. Here are the 50 most inspiring women in tech in the Netherlands who are challenging the status quo in in alphabetical order. In conclusion, social media can have both a beneficial and negative impact on the youth of my generation.
It can help youth prosper in so many different ways. As .
The Digital Single Market strategy aims to open up digital opportunities for people and business and enhance Europe's position as a world leader in the digital economy.