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“This book offers insight and help to motivate and maximize learning for the Internet Generation. Rosen offers invaluable guidance, support, and ideas for parents and teachers.” ―Eric Milou, Professor of Mathematics, Rowan University
“Larry Rosen's pioneering work in this field has been well-recognized by his professional colleagues - those of us in the field who are seeking to help educators, policy-makers, and parents understand what is happening as our society and our youth embrace digital media technologies. Larry's research-based, positive, proactive messages are a welcome relief from the unsupported fear-based messages that are unfortunately also present. Rewired should be considered a ‘must-read' by all professionals who work with youth, especially those in leadership positions.” ―Nancy Willard Director of Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use
“Great resource for parenting the Net Generation” ―Scholastic Parent & Child Magazine on Me, Myspace, and I
“A timely and comprehensive look at the virtual world. Provides concrete answers to parents' pressing questions about social networking and how children live online. Written by one of the top authorities on the impact of technology, Me, MySpace, and I is a must read for all parents.” ―Dr. Kimberly Young, author of Caught in the Net and Tangled in the Web, on Me, Myspace, and I
Dr. Larry Rosen is a professor of Psychology and the author of Me, MySpace, and I: Parenting the Net Generation and TechnoStress: Coping with Technology @ Work @ Home @ Play. He has over 25 years of research experience on the impact of technology among children, adolescents, young adults, parents, school teachers, and business people in more than 30 countries. Dr. Rosen is often quoted in magazines and newspapers such as Newsweek, USA Today, and the Chicago Tribune; regularly appears on television and radio; and gives keynote speeches around the world regarding the psychology of technology. He lives in Dominguez Hills, CA.
Great book. Lots of good references. In good shape for a used paperback. Received within shipping window.Published 17 months ago by psychprof
This book contains some helpful information. However, it was not as helpful as I'd hoped. The topic covered by the book is excellent and more discussion would be helpful.Published 17 months ago by John P.
Larry Rosen’s book Rewired is a quick easy read that discusses the affect technology has had on today’s generation as well as how and why the approach to educating today’s youth... Read morePublished 24 months ago by kk1188
This book was a little redundant. I feel that the author could have said the same thing in about half the pages. Fairly useful information but also mostly common sense.Published on February 11, 2013 by familygranberry
Before you buy this book, consider this: Among the »seven major arguments for changing our educational system to include more technologies«, the author gives (on p. Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by ecomathematician
As mentioned elsewhere, Rosen seems to be unaware of things teachers do because of legal requirements and things they simply don't know how to do, implying that they're either... Read morePublished on November 6, 2010 by M. Steffens
I heartily recommend this book. Rosen emphasizes how the current generation of kids grew up in the digital age and how we have to notice the difference in their backgrounds and use... Read morePublished on November 5, 2010 by Jemmy Chien