More Colorado schools are using iPads in class

06/1/2011 | Denver Post, The

An increasing number of Colorado schools are choosing iPads over laptops and other mobile devices in the classroom. Educators are enthusiastic about the potential of the devices and many are researching the most effective apps for their classroom needs. A teacher at a bilingual school found that interactive books in English and Spanish cost less than their print counterparts. However, experts warn that the effectiveness of the devices will be best determined by the methods teachers develop to use them in class.

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