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Handheld mobile device use in now the most convenient and preferred method of internet access and utilization among developed… Read more Tech Education in the News: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
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Summary: The Net Generation has the desire to learn by researching and comprehending information through their handheld digital devices, but… Read more Teaching and Learning with the Net Generation: a Summary, Analysis, and Critique.
In recent discussions of digital devices in the classroom, a controversial issue has been whether these handheld electronics are beneficial… Read more 21st Century Technology in the Classroom: Tools for Learning or Distraction?