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Digital natives and digital immigrants

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  • 1. I found this article very interesting because it is based in the differences between the digital native and digital immigrants, for instance, lets talk about some tools and teachings. Marc Prensky, was based on studies to say that the digital native spent less time reading books and spend the majority of time watching television, playing video games, on the internet, in their cell phones. The brain is already amazing that young people today can be doing up to three or four things at the same time, with a surprising ability, we have different life styles, many students are doing different things with the different technological devises that they know, well we are in an era where technology goes hand in hand with young people by giving them the necessary tools for their professional development, social and comfortable. The digital native are student that make everything fast and easy for them, they are using the technology to do many thing quickly when they are receiving information. Roberto Carlos Chevez.

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