A remarkable difference can be drawn by comparing the mode of education in 19th century and the present mode of learning. In the same way, methods employed in teaching children in the modern society also differs from the mode of learning that children used to have in the ancient times. The clear disparity occurs in various technological aspects that have recently contributed to the rising change not only for small children but also on education of grown-up youths. To a greater extent technology advancement has enabled the education of children even though it has also led to some positive as well as negative changes on the young generation. This can be evidenced in the way present children are absorbed in playing video games that were not in existence in the older days. Elites note that the early generation children substituted their play time to more vigorous field games that were the only option since the video games had not come into existence by then. It is undeniable to link the change of mode of education on present children to the laxity of parents on proper child guidance concerning video games. Apart from deterioration in the academic performance of most children video games addictions also lead to rising moral decay and loss of genuine respect required from children.
Exploring the world through intensive learning is an ability that few people have in the society. Exploration is a form of education that enables a person to understand what might be happening in the outside world away from classrooms. Teachers do not have the ability of instilling the nature of exploration on children however they can give an advice on the significance of exploration. A student with nature of exploration would use internet access to acquire knowledge and stop wasting time on social media and watching movies. Nonetheless, more than one sites of entertainment on the internet has a bad influence on the study skills of children thus reducing their reasoning power.
Wealth can be defined at a state where a person can have the ability of satisfying all his or her wants without any strain of finances. Wealth in a family can have both positive as well as negative impacts on the education of children. An example is that many children in wealthy continuously have the resources that they might necessitate learning to enrich their brains. Conversely, most children from the affluent families do not actually use all the resources they have. Instead they use their resources in embracing the luxuries lifestyle provided by their parents. This limits their chances of integrating some natural aspect of education that might end up affecting their morals in the future.