It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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I take on-line courses. Because I am at home my learning involves a number of different activities. I get to watch videos of the professors, but they add all sorts of additions to the screen when then speak, different items and drawing pop up when they are emphasizing a point. I also get to do on-line activities using various software programs after I watch the videos. Because the mode of how I am learning is constantly changing I don't get very bored and learning is fun.
If I, as an adult, am afforded different tech approaches to learning I don't see why children can't benefit as well.
I doubt that it will help with our obsessive smartphone behaviors.
It's what you do that matters.
It’s how you use it.
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