How The iPad Can Promote The Development Of Non-Cognitive Skills - TeachThought | Teacher Training in Developing Contexts | Scoop.it

"Recently, a collaborative study by the Research Triangle Institute (RTI) and the Spencer Foundation has sought to categorize noncognitive skills that populate the educational research. They developed the following noncognitive categories including motivation, effort, self-regulated learning, self-efficacy, academic self-concept, social behavior, and resilience. Of these categories, it is self-regulated learning, academic self-efficacy, and resilience that most benefit from 1:1 iPad implementation in schools."


Via John Evans, Jim Lerman