Childress and McCall present assistive technology research at 2018 GATE Conference
Beth Childress, M.A.
Linda McCall, Ed.D.
Beth Childress, M.A., assistant professor, and Linda McCall, Ed.D., associate professor, both of the Department of Elementary and Special Education, presented “Technology the Brain: A Happy Merger” at the 2018 Annual Georgia Assistive Technology in Education (GATE) Conference, held in Helen, Georgia. The presentation included the latest research on brain findings and the connections with what is now known as the “abundant use of technology” by K-12 students. Concerns included the higher-order processing of the brain such as contemplation, critical thinking and problem-solving and the role technology use plays on these processes.
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