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Why don’t students indulge in the Internet

During the summer vacation, how to prevent children from indulging in the Internet has become one of the major concerns of many parents. But according to Yu Yongxin, a teacher of Xinxiang No. 1 middle school in Henan Province, almost all the children in the class are not addicted to the Internet. What’s going on?

“Last winter vacation, I built an online communication group with more than a dozen students in my class. The original intention was to facilitate everyone to exchange the recent study and homework completion in the group. As a result, during the whole winter vacation, the group was very cold. Only one or two students spoke occasionally, and many students were almost not online.” Yu Yongxin said that afterwards, he learned that some students in the group did not have mobile phones, some parents had strict management and did not surf the Internet frequently.

At the beginning of this autumn semester, the students led by Yu Yongxin will rise to the second grade of junior middle school. As a head teacher, Yu Yongxin learned that almost all parents in the class have relatively strict requirements for their children to use the Internet, which makes the children develop better internet habits since childhood.

“We also advise parents not to let their children keep their mobile phones and other electronic products by themselves, and strictly limit the time their children spend on the Internet.” Yu Yongxin said that during school, it is recommended that electronic products be kept by parents during the day from Monday to Saturday. You can use it for children on Saturday night and Sunday, but you should also control the time, up to one or two hours.

To prevent teenagers from indulging in the Internet, in addition to the supervision and guidance of parents, it is also inseparable from the moderate and strict management of schools. Article 70 of the law on the protection of minors, which has been implemented since June 1 this year, clearly stipulates that without the permission of the school, minor students shall not bring smart terminal products such as mobile phones into the classroom, and those brought into the school shall be managed uniformly.

“At school, if students carry or use mobile phones illegally, it will be regarded as a serious violation of school discipline.” Yu Yongxin introduced that the school reminded parents to assume the responsibility of supervising their children, helped parents improve their network literacy and mastered the knowledge of intervening network addiction by holding parent meetings and issuing proposals.

“Children who are addicted to the Internet often have unmet needs in real life, can’t find their own position and lack a sense of achievement.” Yu Yongxin, who has more than ten years of teaching experience, believes that only by solving the practical problems in the growth of teenagers, enriching their real life and allowing them to find their own “sense of existence”, can we solve the problems from the root.

“There are more than 30 children in our class, of which more than 20 are class cadres and class representatives of various disciplines. Some of the other children are responsible for managing the teaching equipment in the class, and some are responsible for organizing various activities in the class. For example, we have small sports competitions and class meetings in the class. In short, let all children have something to do and let them feel that they are needed in the class. ” Yu Yongxin pointed out that at the same time, teachers should also give students positive guidance in time to help them build confidence and do a good job in self-management.

“The Internet is not a scourge. We don’t encourage children to ‘ignore things outside the window and read only the books of sages’.” Yu Yongxin believes that in contemporary society, the Internet is an important way for teenagers to understand the world, and network skills and network literacy are the necessary basic abilities of teenagers.