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June 6th, 2013
Main Stream Media Source:The New York Times "Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction"
Alternate Media Source: The National Embraces Media as a distracting component to learning. Elaborate Acts as constant stream of stimuli Children are more prone to media lure. Elaborate Because "developing brains can become more easily habituated...to constantly switching tasks" (Ritchel). Excludes Neglects the positives results of having media in education. Expand "Digital media applications for learning represent a pragmatic approach to moving our education system forward. These applications are used both in and out of the classroom to make learning relevant, foster critical thinking skills, and empower students to be active participants in knowledge creation." Benefits Excludes Including Including Increased Educational Diversity Help students incorporate 21st century technology, which is more pertinent. Including Media is a necessary tool for succeeding and competing in the modern world. Acts as a distraction Excludes Benefits of multitasking Expand Expand Frame Definition of technology Distraction Time Waster Elaborate Elaborate Increase beneficial stimulus Expand Increase variety of educational tools Teach on students technological territory. By Using The Internet In class computers By Using “Their brains are rewarded not for staying on task but for jumping to the next thing" (Michael Rich). Including Elaborate Emphasized