Monday, June 29, 2015

Howard Gardiner is the co-author of this article that explores how apps may impact students' thinking and feeling. It is well worth the read. Courtesy of ASCD Smart Brief.

How have mobile apps changed student learning?
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Mobile applications make information available at users' fingertips. Researchers Katie Davis and Howard Gardner theorize that apps may be short-circuiting students' ability to connect and empathize with others as well as undermine creativity. T.H.E. Journal (6/16)

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