Guiding Students to Develop a Clear Understanding of Their Cell Phone Use
Are you reading this on your phone right now? If the answer is yes, you understand the dilemma that cell phones pose in our classes.
Technology use is ubiquitous. Our students are immersed in a technological world, and we need to learn ways to control the use of phones in class.
The old paradigm of banning phones doesn’t work—it just leads to more behavioral challenges in our classroom. Instead, here are some ideas for how to readjust our thinking about cell phones in the classroom.
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