Digital And Traditional Learning

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Today’s children have more opportunities than ever before to learn from interactive technology. Students no longer just learn from textbooks or in a classroom – they also learn on tablets and mobile devices. This study, published by Frontiers in Psychology, shows that interactive media instruction, often via the use of iPads, can be equally as effective as one-on-one instruction when it comes to teaching young children. Leadership Briefing 11.04(124)

DATE: 25/11/2016
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