Experts at SISD shine light on how you can manage your child's usage of electronic devices
9 January 2019| Last updated on 9 January 2019
As the landscape of society and the demands of the new high-tech workforce continue to change, more and more hard skills are being taught as part of elementary and secondary education.
From programming and technical writing, to robotics and the foundations of computational logic, these hard skills – or skills whose learning can easily be measured and quantified – are being taught early in an effort to prepare children for the future.
However, numerous studies have shown that soft skills, which include socialization, diplomacy, communication skills, and emotional intelligence, are going to become more important than ever in this high-tech future:
Electronic devices are everywhere, and they can be a serious distraction not just for you, but for your children as well.