Mo. high-school students help direct technology integration

09/25/2013 | Missourian (Washington, Mo.), The

A Missouri high school has enlisted students to help teachers learn more about integrating technology in classroom lessons. The Wildcat Instructional Technology program was launched following the start of a bring-your-own-device initiative and calls for groups of students to research applications and websites that teachers could use in class and address how the technology could be integrated into lesson plans. "(WITS) students have the ability to drive to other schools to assist teachers throughout the district," said Josh Hall, an instructional-technology specialist who runs the WITS program.

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