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Feb 7, 2017

Rebecca H.

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  • Luis Flores, Feb 17, 2017
    I believe that explaining to parents how students will actually be using the technology (to engage with content, receive information in a manner that they can understand, demonstrate their knowledge, and receive feedback) and reassuring them that their student will not just sit mindlessly in-front of a screen, can be a strong argument for more screen time. It may also be helpful to mention all of the other activities that do not involve screen time and how the off-line learning can benefit from students engaging with technology. Read more...


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