Sam Moser

Sam Moser
Sam earned his bachelor's degrees in elementary education and psychology from the College of William and Mary and his master's degree in the integration of technology in schools from George Mason University. Sam has taught at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
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Terms and Conditions: Reading the Fine Print

All of us have signed up for accounts online—whether they are for online banking, signing up our children for extracurricular activities, or reading the news. Before our accounts are complete, however, we must usually click an...

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Video Games and ESports in Schools

Many of our students are immersed in the world of gaming. Video games have been around for decades, from the advent of Pong to today’s lifelike gaming environments. My first contact with competitive video-gaming occurred in the...

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Techless Tech Activities for Kids

While many children love to spend their free time exploring the outdoors, playing with friends, building structures, and otherwise stretching their imagination, the advent of the omnipresent screen has altered the balance of play....

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The New Culture of Friendship in the Digital Age

I remember the day I received a cell phone; I had turned 16 and 3 months and received my driver’s license. The cell phone was not mine alone, however; my younger sister and I shared it. When I drove places, it was turned off. I was...

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