Face it you're probably an addict. A slave to your tech. Hopelessly glued to your screen from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed. You've been systematically programmed to become an addict by an army of expert technology companies, who are making vast profits from the time you spend on their products. And, this addiction is taking a huge toll on your mental and physical wellbeing. But it's time to wake up and regain your humanity.
Guiding you through the matrix of tech addiction is host Dr Huu Kim Le, a former gaming addict turned clinical psychologist. Dr Le will pull back the curtain to reveal how and why these companies want you addicted to their products, as well as arming you with the knowledge and techniques to take back control. Through a series of one on one interactive consultations, he'll assess your level of dependence and tell you whether you control your technology or if your technology controls you!
Are You Addicted To Technology? is a world-first interactive experience that will take you on a journey of self-discovery, asking you to confront one of the most pressing issues affecting every one of us. As Dr Le guides you through this personalised investigation, you'll question everything you thought you knew about your own behaviour and relationship with technology.
Are You Addicted to Technology? is a valuable resource for teaching secondary students about the responsible use of technology.
At Years 7–10, the interactive documentary has relevance to units of work in the learning areas of:
- Health and Physical Education
- The Arts: Media Arts
- Technologies: Digital Technologies
The interactive documentary is applicable to the teaching of the Australian Curriculum General Capabilities: Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Recommended link: <https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/>
At Years 11–12, the interactive documentary has relevance to units of work in the learning areas of:
- Health and Human Development
- Information Processes and Technology Life Skills
Teachers are advised to consult the curriculum outlines for these subjects relevant to their state or territory.
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