[caption id="attachment_34922" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="A new book asserts that students who have grown up with constant access to mobile technologies learn—and need to be taught—differently."]A new book asserts that students who have grown up with constant access to mobile technology learn - and need to be taught - differently.[/caption]

Today’s middle and high school students learn much differently from students just a few years older—and that's mainly because they’ve never known a world without the internet or cell phones, says psychology professor and author Larry D. Rosen, whose research could give educators valuable...

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