75% of parents responded, “Children don’t have to help with homework because they are online.”
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75% of parents responded, “Children don’t have to help with homework because they are online.” Lenovo conducts international awareness survey on the impact of technology on everyday life and society …………………………………………………………………………………………… Lenovo Japan Co., Ltd. (Headquarters, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President David Bennett, Lenovo) announced today the results of a survey in the field of education.
Lenovo conducts an international survey of 15,226 people in 10 countries (Japan, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, China, India, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy) on the impact of technology on everyday life and society. The survey was conducted from March to April 2019, and today we announced the results of a survey in the education field. As a result, it became clear that 75% of parents responded that their children were studying the school homework online without helping them. This trend was most noticeable in India (89%) and China (85%), with an increasing number of parents using technology to support children’s learning in both countries in recent years. On the other hand, the lowest was 54% in Germany. Germans are generally said to be cautious about technology, especially in education. 70% in Japan, fifth in 10 countries. Parents also depend on technology (Japan is the country with the lowest dependency rate) On the other hand, 60% of parents (56% in Japan) said that when they helped children with their homework, they had pretended to know the answers before, even though they searched online. It is. In addition to STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics education) such as mathematics (45%) and science (38%), this is also common in geography (36%) and foreign language (35%) subjects. It was. By the way, Japan’s trend is different from the world, with mathematics 16%, science 16%, and geography 18%, all of which are the smallest ratios in 10 countries. In addition, the percentage of respondents who answered “I have never used a smart device or the net to help children with their homework” was the largest among the surveyed countries at 25%. Many respondents around the world (83%) agree that technology advancements in the education sector are helping children improve their academic performance. Together, many of the parents who work (84%) say that the benefits that technology provides can balance working and staying connected with their family. This trend is most pronounced in China and India, with 95% of respondents from both countries thinking that technology is helping to balance their career and parenting. After China and India, 89% of Brazil support this idea. Germany (68%) and Italy (71%) were also the least in favor of this idea, suggesting that technology is not necessarily the determinant of whether parents will continue to work doing. Japan was 80% intermediate. Technology makes children independent Technology combines many positive elements to support learning, such as the use of the high-speed Internet, automatic translation tools, accessibility features, etc., while 85% (79% in Japan) of parents use too many smart devices and the Internet Think that their children will be dependent, and 72% (62% in Japan) are concerned that they may affect the sociality of their children. On the other hand, 73% of parents believe that technology will help children become independent in learning and problem solving in the future. This idea is the lowest in the United States (59%) and Japan as low as 62%, while it is the highest in India, with 91% agreeing. This may be related to the country’s increasing reliance on technology to support younger education. According to a recent report, most Indian mothers use smartphones to raise their children, and 8 out of 10 believe that technology has made child-rearing easier. This suggests that parents in the country are witnessing the power of technology to change society. For example, some schools have introduced VR to create a comprehensive and immersive learning environment to support students with physical, social and cognitive disabilities. Young people’s own belief is that the world’s Gen Z and Millennials generally feel that technology has played a positive role in their education, and 41% of the world’s youth are interested Responded that technology is helping them find themes and social issues they have. Nearly half (49%) thought technology was “very important” to solve future challenges in education, not only for young people but for all generations. However, the proportion of respondents who expressed such opinions in Japan was relatively low, and the proportion of young people who said technology was helpful to their interests and social issues was only 30%. In addition, 29% of respondents think technology is “very important” to solve future challenges in education, the lowest among 10 countries. Comment from Jocelyn Brewer, psychologist and founder of Digital Nutrition In recent years, not only has the curriculum been taught around the world improved and updated, but pedagogy and learning methods have also changed. I often hear from many parents that they should do their best to study, and that they must study, children can only have some moral and emotional guidance. In a digital-filled world, child-raising can bring new challenges to the home. Compared to parents ’own learning and social experiences, current technology in education can feel very different. Parents may be embarrassed and overwhelmed by how they can help them improve their academic, social, and emotional skills that help them achieve life success and fulfillment not. Parents understand that technology has both aspects that aid learning and distract from learning, but they seem to need help to balance it. Comment from Dilip Bhatia, Lenovo Vice President of User and Customer Experience There is no doubt that the world of education is being transformed by smart technology. Smart technology gives children the opportunity to become adventurous and independent learners and to find the right answers themselves. As always, it’s important to have the right balance online and offline, but technology has the power to connect families. On the other hand, a point that should not be overlooked is that there are parents with and without a technology environment sufficient to support children’s educational challenges, and regional differences are also significant. However, our technology solutions enable children to experience immersive and active learning that is not limited to the classroom. It’s clear that technology makes the world universally equal. Children will be able to access a large amount of information without relying on the knowledge of adults around them. About the survey Lenovo conducts an international survey of a total of 15,226 people in 10 countries (Japan, USA, Mexico, Brazil, China, India, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy. Questionnaire languages are 8 languages). did. The survey sample was extracted according to the distribution of net population over the age of 18 in each country. The survey was conducted from March 31 to April 27, 2019. The statistics for all 10 countries surveyed are within 95% of the level of error, with an error of +/- 1% points, and the statistics for each country are 95% of the level of advantage +/- 3% points. Within the error range. The purpose of the survey is to examine how respondents think about the impact of technology on everyday life and society now and in the future. 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