Whats the matter with kids essay

Whats the matter with kids essay - Goldwasser seems correct...

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Goldwasser seems correct regarding the advanced fluency in teens when it comes to technology, as demonstrated by What’s the Matter with kid’s today?, however her claim regarding the Common Core Surveys failure to see social networking as voluntarily reading is a little far-fetched. Goldwasser comes to the defense of Americas young adults who she feels are being attacked by older generations who refuse to learn and utilize technology and there for do not support technology as a good tool for teens in education. Leading Goldwasser to believe older generations are ignorant to what she feels has turned teenagers into “honest documentarians”. This essay will complicate Goldwassers argument by acknowledging the mass effect of technology in teen’s day to day life but also, questioning the direct link between this “volunteer fluency” to what the common core survey found when researching teens knowledge of history and literature. Goldwasser presents, “33 million Americans [who] are fluent in texting, emailing,
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Mcpherson during the Spring '11 term at Miramar College.

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