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How Gamification Through Mobile Apps Can Improve Student Engagement

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Educational Games & Gamification iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Mobile Learning ResourcesElementary education in the 19th century was just about teaching children some basic learning, usually the ability to read.

Smartphones in the classroom: friend or foe?

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The combination of students and mobile devices in the classroom has long been a debate topic among education professionals. The use of mobile devices during classes is often regarded as an element of distraction for students. Smartphones and the AIDA approach.

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How to Use Digital Textbooks in the Classroom

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The use of digital textbooks in classrooms is growing in the face of the easy availability of smartphones and the Internet. Digital textbooks are, on the other hand, available for use on smartphones and tablets. Digital Publishing Textbooks | Reasons Students Prefer Digital Reading.

8 Reasons to Create Interactive Textbooks for Engaging K-12 Students

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Are you still looking for reasons to create e-textbooks for students? For K-12 students, interactive textbooks/ebooks act as a learning companion, as it offers constant interaction. But merely making print books available in digital format does not guarantee engagement.

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10 Experts’ Predictions for Education and Technology in 2016

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I believe more schools worldwide will find the funds and way to have their students learn with technology. We need more focus on providing the room for experimentation and testing of ideas several times without students having to worry it will have high stakes on their grades, admission into college, and future. Students should have room for testing ideas without worrying about grades or harming their futures.” There will be a shift in focus from the teacher to the student.