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April 17, 2018

Multi-Tasking With Mobile Phones: Yep, It's Bad for Learning

A new meta-analysis finds that mobile-phone multitasking—especially with social media— negatively affects reading speed, reading comprehension, and lecture recall.

April 17, 2018

Pearson Tested 'Social-Psychological' Messages in Learning Software, With Mixed Results

An experiment with embedding "growth-mindset" messaging in software appeared to help students persist when they encountered difficulty—and raised ethical concerns.

April 16, 2018

Teens Worry About Online Privacy: Q&A With Researcher Claire Fontaine

"It's like getting a tattoo every time you go on the internet," said one young woman in a new study of teen views on digital privacy. What can schools do?

April 06, 2018

Teachers on Tech: Good for Student Learning, Bad for Student Health

A new Gallup poll found teachers lukewarm about the educational value of digital devices, but extremely concerned about their impact on students' mental health.

April 04, 2018

Students' Home Internet, Computer Access: 10 Numbers to Know

Home access to digital resources is widespread, but inequities persist based on race, income, family education level, and geography, concludes a report from the U.S. Department of Education.

April 04, 2018

Virtual Reality and Children: 'We Just Don't Know That Much,' Report Finds

Parents see educational potential in VR, but they also worry about the potentially negative health effects, according to a new survey from Common Sense Media.

March 26, 2018

Personalized Learning Pilot Program Reports Gains in Literacy Scores

Students in five Chicago schools saw an average increase of 13 percentile points on a standardized literacy test after a year-long ed-tech implementation.

March 15, 2018

Teachers Show More Attention to White Men in Online Courses, Study Finds

Instructors in online courses demonstrate gender and racial bias in their interactions with students, a new study finds.

March 06, 2018

Districts Turn to Social Media, But Parents Prefer Emails, Calls, and Texts

Parents prize timeliness and personalization and want information pushed out to them, according to new survey results from Project Tomorrow.

February 21, 2018

K-12 Media Literacy No Panacea for Fake News, Report Argues

With disinformation rampant on social media platforms, media literacy efforts need to focus on structural forces, not just students' personal responsibility for vetting information, Data & Society researchers contend.

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