How memory, focus and good teaching can work together to help kids learn

“The problem with multitasking is it interferes with forming memories … when students rely on the Internet for knowledge, they are programming themselves to look for information on the Internet and not in their heads … when asked to recall the information they just looked up, they don’t remember it as well. Instead, they remember how to find the same information again on the Internet.”

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