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As technological penetration increases, cell phones are not the only things becoming smaller; cell phone users are younger, and teachers throughout the country are feeling the effects.
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When you hear the term 'texting' you probably cringe a bit. Or you think about texting while driving. Or maybe even how students will sneak texting in below their desks while a teacher isn't looking. That's not the case for 8th graders at Roosevelt Middle School in Bridgeport CT.
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Edudemic is all about finding innovative ways to get through to students. That's why we've talked about game dynamics more than a few times. Inspiring students to learn through the gamification of a large lecture ...
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They're not just for texting. Smartphones are quickly becoming a must-have addition to many lessons and classrooms. 10 innovative schools are already encouraging their use in creative ways.
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In the time it takes to read this sentence, more than a million texts are sent around the planet. Texting is incredibly popular and powerful. Find out more in this incredible infographic.
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College students love their cell phones. Many don't have smartphones but they use them every single day. Sadly, a staggering number use them to text DURING class. That and other interesting facts are on this terrific infographic.
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If you're like me, you have your phone with you pretty much all the time. In fact, most Americans are the same way. But what about the rest of the world? Wilson Electronics just released this snazzy (and tall) infogra...
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A new legal opinion may affect your school-age child if they carry a cellphone or laptop to school. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says in an advisory opinion if a teacher has reasonable suspicion that a...
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A new legal opinion may affect your school-age child if they carry a cellphone or laptop to school. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says in an advisory opinion if a teacher has reasonable suspicion that a s...