Google Generation Losing Creativity & Practical Skills

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Dec 27, 2012

Google Generation Losing Creativity and Practical Skills

According to a leading British inventor, Trevor Baylis, the Google generation that depends on the internet for everything is likely to be danger of becoming brain-dead. Baylis is the inventor of the wind-up radio. He further added that children are already losing their creativity and practical skills because of an increased dependence on the internet and spending too much time in front of the screen.


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The 75-year old fears the inability of the next generation to do anything with their hands. He said that if schools used practical toys such as Meccano to teach students, the latter would rediscover their vital skills. He stressed on the need to teach children hands-on instead of making them computer or phone dependent. It is the inability to do things the old-fashioned way that children will be more likely to become brain dead, Baylis added.


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