Pilot program uses mobile devices to help students learn

02/9/2012 | WZZM-TV (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

A Michigan school district has distributed Droid X2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab devices to students in elementary, middle and high schools, as part of a pilot program to increase students' access to learning. Students are using the devices to access class notes, collaborate with their peers using Google Docs and blog with teachers. "We're hoping that allows them to be more engaged in their learning and have more ownership," said LeeAnn Eyer, Greenville School District's technology director.

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