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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
10/23/2017 1:24:39 AM
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Re: Personal Experience
@batye:

What you stated is right. But i am not at all pleased to see that. No kindle book or nothing else is going to replace reading real book. That is a habit that every kid must have. I see this disppearing almost if not already disappeared.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
10/23/2017 1:21:34 AM
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Re: Generation Z
Yes, I agree that they are getting far more advanced with smart age technology. One  downside of that trend is these kids are holding very little to no interest in othere regular things like reading books, free play / outdoor play etc. These smart devices are keeping them at super pace and that is making every other normal thing to be absolutely a boring ordeal for kids. I am not at all pleased with this trend at this age.

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batye
batye
10/2/2017 4:14:29 AM
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Re: Personal Experience
@ms.akkineni yes as smartphone basicaly replaces everything including learning from books - Kindle App :) smartphone it like all in one solution... 

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batye
batye
10/2/2017 4:13:04 AM
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Re: Generation Z
@ms.akkineni yes as our new generation getting smarter with technology and it like they born with it :) but it new reality of IT/New age of technology... if we look at the history kids in the old ages did know how to survive in the wood :) using spear and knife... now they use smartphone :)  

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
9/30/2017 1:11:27 AM
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Re: Generation Z
That wouldn't surprise me. I see toddlers of 2-3 yrs independently handling smart phones to the extent of figuring out how to play their favourite video on youtube totally by themselves. So anything is possible with these kids these days.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
9/25/2017 8:28:02 AM
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Re: Personal Experience
@faryl:

Can't agree more with you, You just spoke my mind. I am so worried about my teenage son's excessive time of using his smartphone for anything and everything. I am concerned that his eyesight may be impacted down the lane. But these kids just don't care, they just prefer using it to laptops.

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batye
batye
9/3/2017 7:06:19 PM
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Re: Personal Experience
@faryl good point as my Dr. do recoment to add blue filter to all devices from laptops/tablets to the cellphone and smart watch...  as the safe option also enable in Win 10 nigh screen option 

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batye
batye
9/3/2017 7:03:45 PM
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Re: Generation Z
@ms.akkineni yes, as other gov. including Russia/China trying to bring technology to it kids from kindergarden age... hoping they gonna be ready for the new IT/Technology age... and Cyber Wars... 

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faryl
faryl
8/31/2017 6:19:39 PM
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Re: Generation Z
That's really cool! My nephew's school has an "iPad club" as one of its after school programs, but I'm not quite sure what it is that they are learning in it. (And he's at the age where he's not really into talking to grown-ups right now. Lol)

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faryl
faryl
8/31/2017 6:17:05 PM
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Re: Personal Experience
They'll never know the embarrassment of having your dad pick up the phone in the other room while you're on the phone with your crush! :)

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