Technology reshapes language arts, science lessons in Mich. district

Second-graders in teacher Jennifer Ryskamp's class at Country Oaks Elementary School in Commerce Township, Mich., used Nook eReaders and iPads to write personal essays, publish them to their class's website and read other students' essays, writes John Tavernier, executive director of technology for Huron Valley Schools in Michigan. In this commentary, Tavernier writes that high-school students used technology in their project-based learning to created multimedia presentations, videos and reports to show their understanding of science.

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Observer & Eccentric Newspapers (Livonia, Mich.)

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