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UK teachers lose 11 days a year to social media disruption - research

Tuesday 12 September 2017 | 10:08 CET | News
UK secondary school teachers are losing 11 days' teaching time a year due to social media and smartphone disruptions, according to research by internet company Nominet. The study shows that teachers lose on average 17.2 minutes of teaching time each day as they deal with social media and smartphone disruptions. This equates to 86 minutes a week, or over 11 days during the year. 

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nominet
Countries: United Kingdom
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