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7 Ways Screen Time Can Improve Learning

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Making Learning Fun

Students can be easily frustrated when they don’t learn a skill quickly, especially kids with learning disabilities, but the playful tone of many computer programs ensures that children have fun without realizing they’re learning, says Tosin Williams, a former educator and founder of online tutoring service The Learning Period. “Computer activities help disguise the active aspect of learning, leading to greater confidence in the child, which in turn leads to increased learning,” she says.