Technology helps students develop critical-thinking skills

01/25/2013 | KSFY-TV (Sioux Falls, S.D.)

Educators at a high school in South Dakota are using technology to help further students' critical-thinking skills. As part of that effort, teachers recently participated in training on how to use iPads in the classroom. Among other things, teachers have used the devices to create their own iBooks, and educators say that communication and learning have improved.

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