The Effect of Smartphones on Traditional Education
Smartphones have changed student behaviour and expectations, and this continues to evolve. It has also changed the rules of engagement in the classrooms, changed the relationship between students, and between students and the teacher. This section looks at how the smartphones are affecting the traditional classroom and brings to light to the challenges facing both students and academics.
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