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Teacher whose pupils ran riot is banned from the classroom at last - Express.co.uk

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Teacher whose pupils ran riot is banned from the classroom at last
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Maria Sakkadas failed to discipline pupils who ate, drank, walked about listening to music, talked on their mobile phones and even slept in her classroom.
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Fifth Grade Teacher Accused Of Drinking In Classroom, Resigns - AOL Jobs

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Fifth Grade Teacher Accused Of Drinking In Classroom, Resigns
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In addition, a student reportedly took cell phone pictures of the teacher drinking during class.
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 You are here: Home > News & Advice > ResignationFifth Grade Teacher Accused Of Drinking In Classroom, ResignsStudents complained of alcohol on her breathBy Erik Sherman Posted Feb 24th 2014 @ 9:57AM 

KENS-TV It's a good bet that teachers have days when they leave school, get home, and say, "I could really use a drink." Kids can be tough. But you know there's a problem when the teacher wants to down an adult beverage during class time.

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Of Plato and iPads: Should We Use Technology in the Classroom? - The American Conservative

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Of Plato and iPads: Should We Use Technology in the Classroom?
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“Though it is becoming clear that technology is changing the way we learn, it is not yet clear that it is improving it.”

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Students build web and mobile apps during 24-hour HackTCNJ event in Ewing - The Star-Ledger

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Students build web and mobile apps during 24-hour HackTCNJ event in Ewing
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“This really lets them discard the structure of the classroom and it's a great opportunity for them to learn from professionals and from each other,” he said.
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Why not create an app that would allow bar patrons to order and pay for their drinks using their phones, without having to wait for the bartender to pay attention to them

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Teacher who let pupils sleep, listen to music and play with phones in class is ... - Mirror.co.uk

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A teacher has been struck off after an education official witnessed the “worst classroom disruption of his career”.
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An education expert said he witnessed the “worst classroom disruption of his career” when he observed Maria Sakkadas' lessons at a Glasgow high school

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From Distraction to Learning Tool: Mobile Devices in the Classroom - Campus Technology

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From Distraction to Learning Tool: Mobile Devices in the Classroom
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For example, students may find a phone too small for academic use, while the laptop can lead to multitasking.
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"Under the current methods of teaching in higher education, a mobile device can be a distraction rather than a helpful tool," said Yaros. "Nobody seems to be looking at how to teach with smart devices, while keeping students engaged."

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