What a week: our paper in Nature and Discover Magazine

The past week I spent in Potomac for the very first CTTL-academy with a lot of great teachers, principals and other fantastic people such as Dan Willingham, Vanessa Rodriguez, David Weston, Ian Kelleher, Lauren, Glenn and the infamous many more. But the biggest surprise came while I was waiting for my flight back home. Suddenly my notifications-feed went nuts.

Last month Teaching and Teacher Education published an article about the Digital Native myth – and multitasking too – by Paul Kirschner and myself. Our paper now made it… to an editorial in Nature!

And as it often goes: one thing lead to another, so now it has also resulted in a post on Discover Magazine.

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