Emojis Are Helping Teachers Bridge Language Gap With Foreign Students [Pics]

Emojis Are Helping Teachers Bridge Language Gap With Foreign Students [Pics]
technology

Their Instagram-based homework assignments show how smartphones can be used appropriately in the classroom.

Rachel Pincus
  • 1 april 2014

As smartphone culture rapidly takes over classrooms and the attention of young students, educators are beginning to realize that digital interference is not only unavoidable but also a potentially rich source of bonding experiences and learning activities.

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