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Learning Grammar with a Joystick and Math with a Mouse

Learning Grammar with a Joystick and Math with a Mouse | Technology in society | Scoop.it
Learning Grammar with a Joystick and Math with a Mouse - The Huffington Post

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This is Your Brain on Video Games (Infographic) : DNews

This is Your Brain on Video Games (Infographic) : DNews | Technology in society | Scoop.it
Video games get a bad rap: They're too violent. They waste too much time. They're partly responsible for the child obesity epidemic. And that may all be true.

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Cell phone addiction similar to compulsive buying and credit card misuse, experts say

Cell phone addiction similar to compulsive buying and credit card misuse, experts say | Technology in society | Scoop.it
Cell phone and instant messaging addictions are driven by materialism and impulsiveness and can be compared to consumption pathologies like compulsive buying and credit card misuse, according to a new study.

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Ruth Clark Claims "Games Don't Teach"

Ruth Clark Claims "Games Don't Teach" | Technology in society | Scoop.it
Ruth Clark posted at ASTD an article titled "Why Games Don't Teach." It's a deliberately provocative title, meant to draw attention and cause controversy. A more accurate title would be "Some Games...

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Technology is a Tool, NOT a Learning Outcome. | CTQ

Technology is a Tool, NOT a Learning Outcome. | CTQ | Technology in society | Scoop.it

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Steve Whitmore's curator insight, July 13, 2013 6:01 AM

We should always have a purpose for any tool we use.