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Jeffrey

Really good point, Beth. I know as a teaching adjunct instructor, I encourage my students to use technology. Hey, if they find email or websites or anything else out there that makes multi-tasking more engaging than my lesson, then that is my problem, not theirs. My job as an educator is to take students where they are and engage them in whatever my subject-matter is. Removing their laptops will not increase their engagement and learning if I am boring or lecture or otherwise make content dull and irrelevant to their needs.

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