22 Aug 2019

Tech and children's relationships at school

From Nine To Noon, 11:30 am on 22 August 2019
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Photo: © Daniel Hurst Photogrpahy

Dr Mohamed Alansari speaks with Kathryn Ryan about how devices have changed the way children relate to each other at school.  He says while technology is expanding children's horizons in the classroom, it has changed the dynamics of human connection, learning and teaching. A research fellow at the University of Auckland's Faculty of Education and Social Work, with a doctoral degree in educational psychology, Dr Mohamed Alansari's teaching and research focuses on classroom practices and relationships, and how they impact on how well children at primary and tertiary level socialise and learn.  He's also involved in the I Have a Dream project, which looks at the impact of significant others on kids' lives.  Dr Alansari is speaking at a free Raising the Bar event in Auckland next Tuesday.

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