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Survey: Mobile learning at a tipping point
Parents say they support mobile technology in the classroom; teachers getting more comfortable with it, too
By Meris Stansbury, Associate Editor
According to a recent national survey, access to mobile technology in the classroom has more than tripled among high schools students in the past three years—and even more interesting, parents say they are more likely to purchase a mobile technology device for their child if it’s for classroom use.
The information comes from Project Tomorrow’s annual Speak Up survey and was presented at a conference on mobile learning in Washington, D.C., Oct. 29.
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