According to Mitch Resnick of MIT Media Lab, most of the children exposed to technology today give the impression that they are technological generations and can do whatever they want with computers. However, this is a misconception, as according to statistics most children know how to browse websites, communicate in chat and play video games.
Mitch adds that it looks like we have taught children to read, but not to write. According to him, we have taught them how to use computers but not even how to express their creativity through computers. In other words, it is the same as teaching them how to read but not how to write.