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Digital tablets: a Trojan virus for IT in education?

Abstract : IT, still now, has not really entered classrooms because its use constitutes a work overload for teachers. It requires several breaks that teachers must manage: breaks in time, in space and in pedagogy. Digital tablets avoid all those breaks; this is why they should be soon omnipresent in classrooms. Therefore, we have to try, right now, to see how this will change the educational landscape and how the roles of students and teachers should evolve.
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Jean Simon. Digital tablets: a Trojan virus for IT in education?. The Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom, IAFOR, Apr 2015, Kobe, Japan. ⟨hal-01468883⟩

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