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Students Think They Can Multitask. Here’s Proof They Can’t.

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Students Think They Can Multitask. Here’s Proof They Can’t.

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With easy access to all sorts of technology, students multitask. So do lots of us, for that matter. But students are way too convinced that multitasking is a great way to work. They think they can do two or three tasks simultaneously and not compromise the quality of what they produce. Research says that about 5% of us multitask effectively. Proof of the negative effects of multitasking in learning environments is now coming from a variety of studies.

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