Education and digital devices go hand in hand, but there are good and bad points to the use of cell phones, computers, and televisions for both children and adults. Parents and children should learn about them and discuss how to use them.

The good points of using these devices are

Easy to collect information

Easy to communicate with others

Getting used to digital devices at an early age.

Bad points of use

Watching videos and social networking sites to pass the time eliminates the necessary rest time for the brain, which leads to brain overload and brain decline instead of growth. Personality and ability are closely related to the amount of brain growth, which leads to lack of compassion, understanding, self-control, and planning.

It is easy to become addicted to games and social networking sites.

Even if the phone is not turned on, just having it in sight can make it difficult to concentrate 100% on work or study. This will have a negative impact on your results and make it difficult to acquire skills.

Looking at a small screen for a long period of time can make your eyes and body tired.

Online bullying by children and adults with low empathy can occur.

In light of these factors, Prout Village recommends the following habits

Parents and children need to know that after the brain takes in information, it needs time to be stillness and organize it. Without this time, the brain becomes overworked, growth stops, and brain function declines.

It is recommended that students spend no more than one hour a day on cell phones, computers, and TV to pass the time, except for independent study and work. Especially videos, social networking services, and games.

Keep your phone out of sight while working or studying, as it is difficult to concentrate with it nearby.

Alcohol can be enjoyed in moderation. If you keep a moderate distance from people, you can maintain a good relationship with courtesy and moderation. Cell phones and the Internet are also convenient and enjoyable if used in moderation. The problem is when we become overly dependent on them.