1. TECHNOLOGY CAN FORM A BRIDGE BETWEEN A CHILD AND PARENT RELATIONSHIP.

2. TECHNOLOGY CAN LEAD TO “HURRIED CHILD” SYNDROME

3. TECHNOLOGY CAN DEVALUE ELDER KNOWLEDGE

4. TECHNOLOGY CAN HINDERS CHILDREN’S AUTONOMY AND ORIGINALITY

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