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Strategies and skills to cope with the negative effects of digitalization

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Presentation held at UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 28 march 2018.

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Strategies and skills to cope with the negative effects of digitalization

  1. 1. Strategies and skills to cope with the negative effects of digitalization Dan Frendin Stagneliusskolan Kalmarsunds gymnasieförbund Sweden Mobile Learning Week 2018 UNESCO Paris 28-3-2018 Photo: Dan Frendin
  2. 2. What is the deadly dose of water? Source: Public Domain
  3. 3. 6 liter
  4. 4. Possibilities of digitalization ● Access to knowledge ● Share writings and experiences ● Tools for creative work ● Fulfill societal needs ● Connections around the world Base for exponential technical development and the fourth industrial revolution. ● AI ● VR ● Robots ● 3 D printers etc
  5. 5. Negative effects of digitalization ● Lack of focus ● Disturbed circadian rhythm ● Internet addiction ● Inactive lifestyles ● Disorientation This leads to low results, depression, sleeping problems, fatigue and other health problems. Photo: Dan Frendin
  6. 6. The foundational problem Evolution has created our bodies as hunter/gatherer 10 000 years ago, a cultural evolution started that develops much faster than our bodies evolve. Na'na Kali'na: Une histoire des Kali'na en Guyane. 1743
  7. 7. Foundational solutions 1. Learn how our body systems works and are affected by the digital culture. 2. Adjust our lifestyles with routines and habits to avoid negative effects and create a life we truly love. 3. Use the possibilities in the new digital culture. 4. Learn to be mindful and have deep communication.
  8. 8. Circadian rythm 12 24 6 18 21:00 Melatonin- secretion starts 7:30 Melatonin secretion stops 2:00 Deepest sleep Red light in the evening stimulates melatonin production. Blue light stops the creation of melatonin
  9. 9. Circadian rythm Affect: ● Energy and metabolism ● Stress and appetite ● Sleep ● Health and longevity
  10. 10. Solution - Circadian rhythm Avoid blue light in the evening ● Use f.lux or nightshift on technical devices ● Use “blublockers” Use blue light in the morning ● Light therapy lamp Photo: Dan Frendin
  11. 11. Brain reward system Dopamin from pop-up notes, email and social media “hijack” the brain and weakens the natural dopamin kicks for survival. Create “internet addiction” By Oscar Arias-Carrión1, Maria Stamelou, Eric Murillo- Rodríguez, Manuel Menéndez-González and Ernst Pöppel. CC BY 3.0
  12. 12. Solutions - Brain reward system ● Close all pop-up windows. ● Have boundaries and a plan around ICT device use. ● ICT free hours and days. ● Teach and create awareness around ICT health ● ICT not the only solution
  13. 13. Solution - A lifeplan Define the important lifecategories For every categorie look at: a. basic facts, beliefs, values or “state of now” b. why the category is important c. vision and “good enough” d. goals and plans Source: Jon and Missy Butcher - Lifebook Hyatt and Harkevy - Living Forward Susan Pierce Thompson - Bright Line Mind Vishen Lakhiani - Code of the extraordinary mind
  14. 14. Lifecategories - examples ● Health and fitness ● Intellectual life ● Emotional life ● Character ● Social life ● Spiritual life ● Love relationship ● Parenting ● Financial life ● Job and career ● “Life dream” ● Ecological lifeSource: Jon and Missy Butcher - Lifebook Hyatt and Harkevy - Living Forward Susan Pierce Thompson - Bright Line Mind Vishen Lakhiani - Code of the extraordinary mind
  15. 15. Solution - Be in nature Photo: Dan Frendin
  16. 16. Solution - Develop deep real communication Fourfold communication ● Deep-listen to others ● Deep-questioning ● Deep-listening to oneself ● Deep-talking Photo: Dan Frendin
  17. 17. Cultivate mindfulness Peripatetic talks Photo: Dan Frendin
  18. 18. Dan Frendin email: dan.frendin@telia.com blogg: dfrendin.com Twitter: @DanFrendin

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