Survey: Mobile learning takes off, but are students distracted?

10/31/2010 | eSchool News (free registration)

Access to mobile-learning devices in high schools has tripled in three years, in large part because of increased affordability of the devices and buy-in from teachers and parents. Students also are eager to use technology in school, and many want to use their own mobile devices in the classroom, according to a survey by Project Tomorrow. However, about three-fourths of teachers said they were concerned that an increased use of technology in the classroom could distract students.

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