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Teaching with Mobile Tech

Mobile devices can add immediacy and efficiency (and often distraction) to our daily lives, but their influence on teaching and learning goes deeper than just being able to Google quick answers. Educator Carl Hooker explains that "While there isn't always value to why we use our devices, having that instant access means our brains can now outsource menial facts and focus on application and creation rather than retention." In this issue, educators explain the profound shifts they've made in teaching with mobile tech.

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