Kan. teacher sets the bar high for his fourth-grade students

05/9/2013 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

Clayton Schrader's fourth-grade students at West Indianola Elementary School in Kansas have been accessing assignments on their iPads and using them for classroom demonstrations. In a recent geography lesson, a student downloaded a map with his iPad and opened it on the interactive whiteboard in front of the class. "I have high expectations of my kids," said Schrader, who uses "Work hard, be nice" as his class philosophy.

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