To relate it to my technology interests, to those who say technology is bad for students, or maybe the poison of our youth, I think you may have confirmation bias.
I read about a way of researching called "confirmation bias" and I loved it. I honestly love applying it to anyone and everything.
To relate it to my technology interests, to those who say technology is bad for students, or maybe the poison of our youth, I think you may have confirmation bias. This wretched way of researching is when one only remembers what confirmed their bias and forgets the rest.
Example? You think you have text anxiety because you get butterflies beforehand. The website says, to have text anxiety you must have butterflies, sweaty palms, and fast breathing. You see "butterflies" and automatically believe you now have test anxiety. Make sense?
Here's a site where people argue over the positive (or negative) effect of technology: http://goo.gl/BW2d7Z
Find a valid, researched answer. Probably cannot, but then again I didn't look at every answer, just a handful.
Below I'll list some sources about how good technology is, because I have a class to do.
Why Students NEED Technology: http://goo.gl/ugXS5N
10 Reasons Technology is Vital to Education: http://goo.gl/pzKB5j
Technology: Using Power for Good: http://goo.gl/rZhje7
The Future is Here: http://goo.gl/3nN6GO ( I personally like this one)
The Worst Tech Predictions of All Time: http://goo.gl/RoFnzG
I like technology, I think it's good and helpful and useful and amazing.
I also like Psychology, and look- I've combined the two. :) Haha
I have nothing else really to say, so continue on with your day- thanks for stopping by!