Since the advent of the Apple II and the rise of the mass-market consumer PC, you hear "computer" and you think "monitor, mouse, keyboard," in some variation. But ever since the iPhone first launched 2007,
edtechmagazine.com - by Eric Sheninger Twitter Eric is a senior fellow and thought leader on digital leadership with the International Center for Leadership in Education. He also runs a blog on K–12 leadership, A Principal's Reflections.
“There is no evidence that any amount of homework improves the academic performance of elementary students.” This statement, by homework research guru Harris Cooper, of Duke University, is startling to