“Teaching with Tech: Engaging Youth in a Digital World,” Ensign, January 2018
As I visit wards and stakes across the Church, teachers and leaders of youth often ask, “How do we keep digital devices from being a distraction in class?” At the same time, many of the best youth teachers I have observed begin their classes with the phrase “Pull out your phone and look up …” Consequently, I’d like to share a few things that I have learned about helping youth use technology in righteous and productive ways in the gospel classroom.
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