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Multitasking on a laptop during a lesson poses a significant distraction to those doing the multitasking as well as peers students ...

„Multitasking on a laptop during a lecture not only led to lower scores for these students than those who did not multitask during the lesson, but also that students who could directly view what their multitasking peers were doing also performed more poorly than those who could not view this. In other words, multitasking on a laptop during a lesson poses a significant distraction to those doing the multitasking as well as peers students and this can be detrimental to the learning of both.“

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Paul A. Kirschner u. a., „The myths of the digital native and the multitasker“. In: „Teaching and Teacher Education“, 67 (2017). S. 139