Non-academic internet use in the classroom is negatively related to classroom learning regardless of intellectual ability
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Even the smartest college students suffer academically when they use the Internet in class for non-academic purposes, finds new ..

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A new study shows that checking social media on cellphones or laptops during class could bring down your grades. ..

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A new study suggests that using electronics will result in lower test scores, among other things. The new and surprising thing i ..

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Even the smartest college students suffer academically when they use the internet in class for non-academic purposes, new resear ..

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Неакадемското сурфање на интернет за време на часови (пр. Facebook, Twitter...) води до послаби резултати на испити. http://t.co/x4KfLBKXWT

drdavidwicks: Non-academic Internet Use in Class is Negatively Related to Classroom Learning... http://t.co/NdD4gqKcVn #1to1 #byod #h...

Non-academic Internet Use in Class is Negatively Related to Classroom Learning... http://t.co/Fn47RMoTUO #1to1 #byod #highered

RT @drdavidwicks: Non-academic Internet Use in Class is Negatively Related to Classroom Learning... http://t.co/JSU3FoKtRW #1to1 #byod

Non-academic Internet Use in the Classroom Negatively Related to Learning Regardless of Intellectual Ability http://t.co/Xv30l1zevV

Неакадемското сурфање на интернет за време на часови (пр. Facebook, Twitter...) води до послаби резултати на испити. http://t.co/x4KfLBKXWT

Non-academic Internet Use in Class Negatively Related to Learning Regardless of Intellectual Ability http://t.co/POFVsfdGbU @ProfRubega

No, you AREN'T multitasking. MT @HadlaiNeff: Non-academic Internet Use in Class Negatively Related to Learning http://t.co/FHUP3zj1We

Nonacademic internet use in classroom impairs learning regardless of ability: http://t.co/Icq9GypbTm

Nonacademic internet use in classroom impairs learning regardless of ability: http://t.co/Icq9GypbTm

Nonacademic internet use in classroom impairs learning regardless of ability: http://t.co/Icq9GypbTm

Students using more (nonacademic) laptops/phones/internet in class get poorer marks http://t.co/fmZFRci40H http://t.co/I5XYPriukG #obvious

Unfortunate reality in many classrooms. Read our study on how it affects students' learning: http://t.co/jKCAaYbiUA http://t.co/iPhkSHIAVD

MT @ravizzalab: Unfortunate reality: How Internet use in classroom affects students' learning- http://t.co/Ud2JqRcadL http://t.co/6krCLwrzLR

MT @ravizzalab: Unfortunate reality: How Internet use in classroom affects students' learning- http://t.co/Ud2JqRcadL http://t.co/6krCLwrzLR

MT @ravizzalab: Unfortunate reality: How Internet use in classroom affects students' learning- http://t.co/Ud2JqRcadL http://t.co/6krCLwrzLR

@jessesingal Susan Ravizza: Check out this recent work by @ravizzalab: http://t.co/SVpLYlVI4O and http://t.co/gwl2uqL8iG

Non-academic Internet Use in the Classroom is Negatively Related to Class Learning http://t.co/xfVlDISe4x Interesting article #fsboldtablet

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LAPTOPS AND PHONES IN CLASS DRAG DOWN EVERYONE’S GRADES MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY All students, regardless of intellectual abil ..

Non-academic internet use in the classroom is negatively related to classroom learning regardless of intellectual ability

"Non-academic #internet use in classroom negatively related to #learning regardless of [#IQ]" http://buff.ly/1j6qqNq #education ..

Non-academic internet use in the classroom is negatively related to classroom learning...

Laptops, Cell Phones, & the Classroom "The use of laptops and cell phones in the classroom is increasing but there is little r ..

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