The new digital world is a toxic environment for the developing minds of young people. Rather than making digital natives superlearners, it has stunted their mental growth.
In this Washington Post “Perspective” article, Columnist Jay Matthews examines learning using ed-tech. Do the latest devices help students to learn and think? The author encourages parents and teachers to attend PTA meetings and ask questions about using screens for instruction.
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