Dealing with the Device-Addicted Generation

Goldsborough, Reid
June 2016
Teacher Librarian;Jun2016, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p62
Academic Journal
The article offers suggestions for common sense media in dealing with the device-addicted generation, which talking about it, delving deep, and creating limits.


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