Teachers share thoughts on using students' mobile devices for learning

03/16/2012 | Press of Atlantic City (N.J.), The

Some New Jersey teachers who attended a recent technology conference say they are experimenting with allowing students to use their own smartphones and other mobile devices as part of academic lessons. "This does give students more personal responsibility," said technology coordinator Scott Sarraiocco. "But it is also great for being able to differentiate instruction for each child."

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