Brain Blast – How to Curb Non-Academic Smartphone Use in the Classroom

One of the wonders and frustrations of the 21st century classroom is the ubiquity of cell phones. Students are addicted to them, which makes focusing on (non-smartphone related) academic work difficult. Today's Brain Blast lists a few strategies you can implement to help students follow your classroom smartphone rules. 

Managing Smart Phones

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