Kids’ neural pathways changing

Today’s students are wired differently. Research indicates the seemingly constant exposure to multiple, overlapping sights and sounds affects the neural pathways of digital students’ brains, says Apple K-12 Education. "Essentially their brains respond to sensory input differently than older, pre-1980 brains. Some researchers contend that in order to retain information and be able to put it to use, they must have multisensory input."



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