How to bring children back online?
[Editor’s note]Summer is here, and the children can’t wait to surf the Internet.
The sea is huge, but there are hidden reefs on the bottom.
When teenagers who are not deeply involved in the world are enjoying the joy of surfing the Internet, some bad information is also subtly poisoning the youth’s mind, making parents worry and worry.
The long summer vacation is coming to make this problem more prominent.
Here, the editor’s advice is for you: Parents should learn to surf the Internet Because young people’s psychology is not mature enough, their self-control ability is weak, and their curiosity is strong, it is easy to go astray when surfing the Internet.
Therefore, many parents simply prohibit their children from going online.
This seems to have reached another extreme.
The potential negative effects of simply and crudely banning young people from surfing the Internet may be more harmful than surfing the Internet.
According to reports, a mother surnamed Liu in a city had experienced severe pain for a 12-year-old child surfing the Internet.
Going to the internet cafe every day to find children is almost a part of her life.
She used defense, control, scolding, and even fighting methods, with little success. Later, the child stole more than 200 yuan from the family for the Internet.
Later, a child’s diary made Ms. Liu change her education.
Inadvertently, she saw in the child’s diary: “Mom, actually I know I’m not good, and I shouldn’t make you angry. I didn’t go online for fun, mainly because of novelty.
I went to an Internet cafe without a computer at home. Before, I rarely played games, mainly watching cars and movies, but then you were too strict, and I was so mad at playing games.
“Since then, Ms. Liu changed her mind, often chatting with children, talking about healthy things on the Internet, buying two computer books for the children, and buying a second-hand computer to play with the children.
Now that her troubles are gone, the child becomes a computer teacher at home.
At present, most teachers and parents can rationally treat students’ love for the Internet, and they must not “block” students ‘online moral issues, but they must“ sparse out ”. This has become the consensus of all sectors of society.
At the same time, some older parents also acknowledge that they are not very familiar with computer networks, so that they “talk about the color change of the Internet.”
Therefore, teachers and parents must first be familiar with computers and the Internet in order to guide students and children in a targeted manner to keep up with the needs of children’s growth education.
Schools should open online classrooms. The Internet can provide a large amount of new knowledge and information for young people, which is of great benefit to developing young people’s intelligence and enriching their minds.
In some developed countries abroad, adolescents have been exposed to the Internet at a very young age, and many children have become “masters of the Internet” when they reach middle school.
Practice has proved that as long as education is properly guided and managed, the benefits of young people outweigh the disadvantages.
Schools should actively set up online classrooms or electronic reading rooms to transfer Internet knowledge to each other through teachers, parents, and classmates.
For example, some middle schools in Shanghai have online classrooms. Teachers regularly organize students to go online collectively, guide students to carry out various network practical activities, incorporate Internet applications into daily teaching, and carry out distance education and information consulting services; organize web page production, animation, and SMS.Competitions, online game selection, and more.
Some primary and secondary schools in our province have also started similar activities, which are worth promoting and should be persisted during the holidays.
全社会要共同关注 去年夏天由团中央、全国妇联等共同发起主办的“青少年健康上网”活动，对以青少年为主要对象的网站进行了认证与评估，筛选出一批优秀网站，向全国青少年推荐, And donated a large number of online security protection software to various schools, providing a favorable network environment for young people to go online healthily.
Comrade Deng Xiaoping had an earnest expectation: “The popularization of computers must start with the baby.”
Now that we have entered the information society, the popular network should also start from the baby.
Let schools, families, and the society “Trinity”, ban unlicensed Internet cafes, parents learn to surf the Internet, add a firewall to computers, and build electronic reading rooms in schools to support a healthy network for young people!