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During a field trip about a decade ago, Katherine Bueler stopped her science students beside a duck pond to soak in the spring afternoon. She broke out a Frisbee and asked who wanted to play. None of them did, instead turning their eyes down to their cellphones.
“It was disappointing and kind of freaky,” Bueler says. “It was one of those early moments where I realized, whoa, this is different.”