Teacher-led research drives use of classroom technology

03/8/2013 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Teachers in a Minnesota school district recently released some findings from a six-month study into the effects of using the iPad and other technology as part of lessons. The goal of the teacher-led project was to establish the ways technology use could most benefit students. Among the findings are that iPads have helped students who struggle with math and also have benefited reading instruction, as seen when a first-grade teacher used the tablet to record students and allow them to hear themselves read aloud.

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