How technology is changing England's schools

01/10/2012 | Guardian (London), The

In England, many educators are using technology to change teaching and learning in the country's schools. Among the developments are the use of computer games to teach maths, which officials say could help students' understanding of the subject and keep them engaged. Some classrooms also are testing the use of animation and computer-generated graphics to teach maths. One teacher says she is using technology that recognises students' motions in academic lessons that also tap into students' interest in games.

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