Posts Tagged ‘profesores de inglés’

Adictos al teléfono móvil (smartphone)

7 October 2018

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Un texto para profesores de inglés (cómo tratar el uso del smartphone en clase)

Extract:

“Ten is now the average age when children receive their first cell phones, and those phones quickly find their way into classrooms. While cell phones have extraordinary potential for leveraging learning, they can quickly become a hindrance in the classroom, diverting attention away from learning. How can teachers harness the learning potential of students’ phones while also keeping them from being a distraction?

I have learned that rather than trying to be reactive, the best defense when it comes to cell phones is a well-planned offense. Teachers who implement a proactive management plan developed in collaboration with the students at the beginning of the school year may have fewer issues as student cell phone ownership increases throughout the year.”

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Read the whole article here:

https://www.edutopia.org/article/3-tips-managing-phone-use-class

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