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学校发给的有关孩子们的游戏问题 [复制链接]

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发表于 2018-11-5 16:12:05 |显示全部楼层
一个跃居排名第一的北美游戏:

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FORTNITE, BOYS, AND SELF-CONTROL
What can research tell us about the latest videogame craze?
If you talk to American teens often, as I do, then you know that the video game
Fortnite is sweeping the United States. Fortnite recently had more than 2.4 billion views in a single month on YouTube, surpassing Minecraft for the #1 position among video games. According to Ron Wyatt, YouTube’s director of gaming, Fortnite now holds the record for the most game-related videos uploaded in a single month.
The reaction to the
Fortnite epidemic from mainstream pundits has been disappointing. Lisa Damour, a regular contributor to the New York Times, advised parents to chill: after all, Damour wrote, videogames "cultivate the spatial skills needed in advanced math and engineering." Damour and other pundits have shown little awareness of studies showing that playing video games excessively undermines school performance, increases distractibility, and erodes the parent-child relationship. And, playing video games where the objective is to kill people - games such as Fortnite - over time, desensitizes gamers to violence. The American Academy of Pediatrics has concluded that games "in which killing others is the central theme" – a good summary of Fortnite – "are not appropriate for children." Incidentally, "children" here means "humans under 18 years of age." In their latest guidelines, the Academy advised that "Video games should not use human or other living targets or award points for killing" and that parents should not allow their kids to play games which violate this guideline. In case you haven’t seen it, Fortnite is a game in which the object of the game is to kill other humans.
If you are the parent of a child or teen, and your kid wants to join the lemmings, what should you do ?
You must have the courage to say:
This is not a good thing. Kids need to learn face-to-face social skills. They need to be physically active, preferably outdoors. They need to get a good night’s sleep. A kid obsessed with Fortnite is less likely to be doing any of these things.
I’m not suggesting that you ban video games. But it’s the parent’s job to set reasonable limits. In updating my book
Boys Adrift: the five factors driving the growing epidemic of unmotivated boys and underachieving young men, I reviewed dozens of studies of video games: who’s playing them, what are the effects, and what are sensible limits. I also spoke with some of the investigators doing the research. Here are evidence-based guidelines for your son or daughter playing video games:
 No more than 40 minutes a night on school nights.
No more than an hour a day on weekends.
Your minutes do not roll over: if you go three weeks without playing, that does NOT mean that you are allowed to spend seven hours on a Saturday playing video games. That’s binge gaming, and it is harmful.
No games where the objective is to kill people. That means no Fortnite, no Call of Duty, no Grand Theft Auto. NBA Live is fine. Wii Bowling is fine. Madden NFL Football is fine. Candy Crush is fine.
 No games until all the homework is done and all the chores are done.
The real challenge for parents comes in enforcing these guidelines. Some parents won’t even try. Parents say to me, "I just want him to be happy. Playing Fortnite makes him happy. So why shouldn’t I let him play?"
But "I just want him to be happy" is a low bar. You can do better. Your son can do better. No child is born wanting to be a great scientist, or composer, or teacher, or entrepreneur. They have to learn something of the scope of human possibility beyond what they see in a cartoon video game like
Fortnite. In other words: it is your job, as the parent, to educate desire: to instill a longing for something better, more lasting, than video games or Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner on Instagram.
What characteristic, measured in childhood, best predicts health, wealth, and happiness in that individual 20 years down the road, when the child is an adult? Is it intelligence? Grades in school? Ability to make friends? No. It is none of these things. Longitudinal cohort studies consistently find that
self-control in childhood best predicts health, wealth, and happiness in adulthood, far better than IQ scores, grades in school, friendliness or popularity.
It follows that a top priority for a wise parent must be to teach self-control. Your child will not learn self-control by playing
Fortnite for hours at a stretch. So how do you teach self-control? One good first step might be to say, "No dessert until you eat your broccoli. No video games until all the chores are done and all the homework is done." In the United States today, it has become unfashionable to say these things: and that may be one factor driving the rapid rise in the rates of anxiety and depression among American teens. Adolescents need structure and guidance. When parents become more permissive, rates of anxiety, depression and disengagement among teens are likely to rise, as they have done.
Do your job. Turn off the screen. Take your kid for a hike outdoors, or go sailing, or visit a museum. Don’t worry about your kid’s popularity with other kids: being popular, for young teens, is now a major risk factor for bad outcomes. And if your kid absolutely insists that only simulated combat will satisfy him, then take him out for an afternoon of paintball. Prioritize the real world above the world of video games.
If you don’t, who will?
Leonard Sax MD PhD is a practicing family physician and the author of four books for parents, including
Boys Adrift and the New York Times bestseller The Collapse of Parenting.
Leonard Sax, M.D., Ph.D., is a family physician, PhD psychologist, and author of
Boys Adrift and Girls on the Edge.
In Print:
Why Gender Matters, Second Edition: What Parents and Teachers Need to Know About the Emerging Science of Sex Differences
Online:
Leonard Sax MD PhD
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发表于 2018-11-5 17:03:48 |显示全部楼层
确实是这样。
以前我儿子玩splatoon, 只给他玩15分钟。现在fornite一次至少30分钟。

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发表于 2018-11-5 17:19:11 |显示全部楼层
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mathieu 发表于 2018-11-5 17:03
确实是这样。
以前我儿子玩splatoon, 只给他玩15分钟。现在fornite一次至少30分钟。 ...

这款游戏,是网络游戏,小孩很容易上瘾。  而且,几个合伙人如果都厉害的话, 大家彼此合作,一盘要打很长时间。   几盘下来, 几个小时,非常正常。   
游戏是害人, 小孩整天在虚拟世界里游荡。  

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发表于 2018-11-6 12:40:33 |显示全部楼层
我小儿子注意力不集中,学校布置的阅读作业老是不好好做,我们让孩子每抄写两页阅读内容,可以换半个小时游戏时间,现在孩子阅读能有所提高。

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发表于 2018-11-6 18:53:18 |显示全部楼层
想孩子自律,父母先不上网。

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发表于 2018-11-7 00:06:44 |显示全部楼层
孩子先不上网,想父母自律

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发表于 2018-11-7 08:20:35 |显示全部楼层
本来我是严厉禁止我儿子玩这个游戏的,后来发现没法完全禁止,校内校外孩子们之间玩的时候很多话题都是这个游戏,一点不让他玩什么都不知道会脱群的,没有话题,很多时候游戏就是孩子间的社交手段,还是适当的让玩一小会,疏导一下

现在对孩子的期盼只有一个,善良不软弱,至于学习什么其他的都顺其自然吧,督促不逼迫

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发表于 2018-11-7 09:07:11 |显示全部楼层
我儿子说,之所以这么热,是很多孩子靠这个赚钱,所以文中的油管统计数据,证明了这一点。
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