New Zealand elementary school takes lessons high-tech

09/23/2013 | New Zealand Herald, The

Students at a New Zealand elementary school are using a suite of donated iMac computers as part of their classroom instruction. Among other things, students are playing maths games, sending e-mail, watching videos and typing stories on the computers. Educators say the technology benefits students, some of whom may not have access to such technology at home.

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