DiscoverEdTechnicallyStudy Finds That at Summer Camp, Teens Feel Relieved to Leave their Devices and Social Media Behind
Study Finds That at Summer Camp, Teens Feel Relieved to Leave their Devices and Social Media Behind

Study Finds That at Summer Camp, Teens Feel Relieved to Leave their Devices and Social Media Behind

Update: 2019-07-01
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Technology and screens are making an increasing impact on the North American classroom—often for the better. But as teachers and students rely more and more on technology for the task of learning, it makes time spent outside of the classroom and away from mobile devices all the more important. Summer, and summer camp, offer a great opportunity to make that happen. A survey published by Screen Education, a non-profit dedicated to researching mobile device use, has discovered that most teens who attend camp recognize this. A large majority—93%—said they experienced a sense of relief after leaving their phones and social media at home.

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Study Finds That at Summer Camp, Teens Feel Relieved to Leave their Devices and Social Media Behind

Study Finds That at Summer Camp, Teens Feel Relieved to Leave their Devices and Social Media Behind

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