“Williams doesn’t just prefer his old chalkboard to the high-tech version. His kids learn from textbooks that are decades old — not because they can’t...”
Studies on Multitasking Highlight Value of Self-Control
Simply put, the brain can’t be in two places at once.
In a landmark 2009 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Stanford University researchers compared the attention-switching abilities of people who said they multitasked often with those of people who did so rarely. It found that the frequent multitaskers were more easily distracted and performed worse on memory and attention tests than those who preferred to do one thing at a time.
Poem submission by r0und-here
I sit straight in my chair, taking the red-eye out west.
Above me, my life is packed away in the...
Consequently, this is why Blackboard runs so slow at the end of the semester.
Richard Byrne from FreeTech4Teachers has an outstanding and FREE ebook for teachers who are new to Google Docs. It’s embedded here. You can also...