Banning mobiles and other tech devices has been banned inschools and it had a negative impact.
Instead, according to Professor Paul Howard-Jones, teachersand parents should look at how pupils are interacting with the technology.
His comments came as his research suggested playing computergames could help boost pupils' concentration levels and improve their resultsin the classroom.
The study found that turning learning into a game helps stopthe mind from wandering, allowing students to study better.
Professor Howard-Jones, who conducted the research, saidcomputer games have been "trivialised" in recent years, but that usedproperly, they can help to accelerate pupils' learning.
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