Idaho elementary school's project-based learning to be supported by iPads

05/16/2013 | Idaho State Journal (Pocatello)

Lewis and Clark Elementary School in Pocatello, Idaho, will use a grant to purchase iPads for second-grade students as part of an effort to introduce more project-based learning under the Common Core State Standards. Teacher Amanda Williams said the grant will pay for six devices, but she is hoping to purchase nine more, so her students can work in pairs.

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