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The Brain

The brain is one of the most complex organs in the human body. No part of the brain will change unless it is activated by stimulation from the environment. Training the brain during the first 12 years matters and lasts for a lifetime, which shapes perceptual and cognitive ability, physical and mental ability, behaviour and performance. The development of the brain during this time determines what they become and how they behave in the future.

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Neuro-scientific Approach

Neuroscientists have well established that the brain has a highly robust and well-developed capacity to change in response to environmental demands, a process called plasticity. This involves creating and strengthening some neuronal connections and weakening or eliminating others. The degree of modification depends on the type of learning that takes place, with long-term learning leading to more profound modification. It also depends on the period of learning, with infants experiencing extraordinary growth of new synapses. But a profound message is that plasticity is a core feature of the brain throughout life.

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Experiential Learning

Experiential learning (ExL) is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing". Experiential learning is distinct from rote or didactic learning, in which the learner plays a comparatively passive role. Experiential learning has significant teaching advantages. Experiential learning entails a hands-on approach to learning that moves away from just the teacher at the front of the room imparting and transferring their knowledge to students. It makes learning an experience that moves beyond the classroom and strives to bring a more involved way of learning.

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The Role of Parent in Monitoring Smart phone/ Gadgets Usage

Parents play a vital role in restraining the students from Gadget use. Parents must make sure that children use gadgets in a relatively short time. Children must not spend more than 5-30 minutes with an intensity of 1-2 times per day. Encourage children to engage in outdoor play activities. Moreover, parents should pay attention and respond to children. Don't let young children play with gadgets freely and advice them on how to use gadgets responsibly.

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Impacts of Technology on Children

Children in the 21st century are avid users of technology - more so than generations past. This rise in use has led to much attention on the consequences of technology use, and how this influences children's brains and their socio-emotional, cognitive and physical development. There are differences in how young people use social media versus their older counterparts, and the effect is also different. Some of the main effects on children are Obesity and Physical Damage, Addiction, Less Concentration, Social Disability, Radiation Exposure, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Problem, Childhood Depression and Negative Impact on Character.

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The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

PISA is a worldwide study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in member and non-member nations intended to evaluate educational systems by measuring 15-year-old school pupils' scholastic performance on mathematics, science, and reading. It was first performed in 2000 and then repeated every three years. Its aim is to provide comparable data with a view to enabling countries to improve their education policies and outcomes. It measures problem solving and cognition.