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2 seconds=average time a student spends at any given website Dr. Gary Small, 2012. Teenagers average almost 3,000 texts a month … 4x as much as they talk! Nielsen Group, 2010.

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The average person in 2010 consumed 3x as much information as the typical person in 1960 University of California, San Diego, 2010


The average computer user checks 40 websites a day and can switch programs 36 times an hour University of California, San Diego, 2010


“When you check your information, when you get a buzz in your pocket, when you get a ring—you get what they call a dopamine squirt. You get a rush of adrenaline.” Matt Richtel, 2010


23 of all teens ages 12 17 have a smartphone pew research 2013
23% of all teens, ages 12-17, have a Smartphone your pocket, when you get a ring—you get what they call a . Pew Research, 2013


“. . .science is beginning to embrace the idea that some technology is Twinkies and some technology is Brussels sprouts.” Matt Richtel, 2010


Kids between the ages of 8 and 18 spend 11.5 hours a day using technology (computers, television, mobile phones, videogames). They are awake 15-16 hoursDr. Gary Small, 2011


Nomophobia = when people experience anxiety because they have no access to mobile technologyRichard Alleyne, 2008 (British Researchers)


90% of teachers are saying digital technologies are creating an easily distracted generation with short attention spansPew Research, 2013


No one’s brain can actually multi-task; task-switching is a term brain scientists use for moving between brain activities. Nielsen NeuroFocus, 2012


“A simple everyday task like searching the Web appears to enhance brain circuitry in older adults, demonstrating that our brains are sensitive and can continue to learn as we grow older.” Dr. Gary Small, 2012


We have the ability to learn new things our entire life medina 2009
We have the ability to learn new things our entire life. enhance brain circuitry in older adults, demonstrating that our brains are sensitive and can continue to learn as we grow olderMedina, 2009


“. . .the internet gives us access to intelligence contained in the craniums of other people on a global basis.” Don Tapscott, 2012


After 15 minutes or less, the brain becomes distracted with daydreaming or attending to external stimuli.Medina,2009; Sousa, 2010; Willis, 2011


Physical exercise boosts brainpower medina 2009
Physical exercise boosts brainpower. daydreaming or attending to external stimuli.Medina, 2009


When classroom activities have pleasurable associations linked with learning, the brain releases dopamine—a neurotransmitter that stimulates the memory centers and promotes increased focused attention. Willis, 2007


“. . .the role of technology in our world has led to a culture of multitasking and skimming of text, which she [Wolf] believes has had some detrimental effect on ‘deep reading comprehension skills’. . .”Dr. Maryanne Wolf, 2013



A new “app gap” has developed among young children. 38% of lower income parents don’t know what an app is.Common Sense Media, 2011


Teens’ Favorite Ways to Communicate: of lower income parents don’t know what an app is.1. in person2. texting3. social networking4. talking on phone5. TwitterCommon Sense Media, 2012


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