Digital Divide

How Do We Address the Needs of Kids Without Mobile Access?

How Do We Address the Needs of Kids Without Mobile Access?

| April 4, 2011 | 1 Comment

Flickr:Shlala The $64,000 question in education: Does access to mobile technology actually help close the achievement gap? Bill Ferriter, a sixth-grade teacher in North Carolina, has been thinking about this issue, and writing about it on his blog, The Tempered Radical. In this recent post, he addresses a question from one of his readers, who […]

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Can Video Games Help Close the Digital Divide?

Can Video Games Help Close the Digital Divide?

| March 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

Applying African-American boys’ passion for sports video games toward building confidence in a learning environment. This fascinating article by Liz Losh on Digital Media & Learning looks at how video games as learning motivator can be a completely different experience for different cultures. A recent report on educational achievement among young black males describes a […]

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