Devils advocate when looking at the entire picture

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devil’s advocate when looking at the entire picture.
References Nworie, J., & Haughton, N. (2008). Good intentions and unanticipated effects: The unintended consequences of the application of technology in teaching and learning environments. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 52 (5), 52–58. - org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1007/s11528-008-0197-y Topic 6 DQ 2 Consider the bicycle helmet example of Blanchflower in the assigned article, " The Law of Unintended Consequences ." Clearly more detailed research would be required to support his notion, but he poses an interesting way of considering unintended consequences. Consult your own experiences and those in your immediate circle of influence to generate one potential example of unintended consequences.

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