GAMZE İNAN KAYA
(İstanbul Üniversitesi, Hasan Ali Yücel Eğitim Fakültesi)
Yıl: 2021Cilt: 8Sayı: 27ISSN: 2148-7537Sayfa Aralığı: 83 - 100Türkçe

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Dijital Çağda Çocuk Yetiştirme ve Eğitim: Değişen Roller
Dijitalleşme günlük yaşamı her anlamda etkileyen bir süreç olarak çocuk ve gençlerin psikososyal gelişimi ve eğitimi açısından ebeveynler ve öğretmenlerin rolleri ve sorumluluklarında bir dönüşümü de beraberinde getirmektedir. Bu rol ve sorumlulukların dayandığı anlayış genç kuşağın dijital öğrenme ve gelişme olanaklarından maksimum düzeyde faydalanmalarını desteklerken; onların dijital risklerden korunmasını sağlamaktır. Çünkü gelinen noktada, dijital medya ve bu amaçla kullanılan teknolojik araçlar çocukların ve gençlerin yaşamalarının ayrılmaz bir parçası olmaya başlamıştır. Dijital okuryazarlığın önemine dikkat çekilerek, burada, dijitalleşme olgusunun çocuk ve gençlerin psikososyal gelişimi ve eğitimine yönelik dönüştürücü etkisi, yine dijital çağın getirisi olan öğrenme olanakları ve riskler açısından, ebeveynlerin ve öğretmenlerin değişen rollerine odaklanılarak tartışılmaktadır. Bu noktada ebeveyn ve öğretmenlerin bütüncül bir dijital okuryazarlık politikası kapsamında desteklenmesine yönelik ihtiyaç ifade edilmektedir.
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