Teachers train their peers to use classroom technology

11/8/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

Some schools are cutting costs and saving time by using in-house technology experts to train teachers. A school district in Ohio surveys teachers -- who use iPads, netbooks, interactive whiteboards and other technology -- to determine what training to provide. "When we have our teachers train, they're teachers who maybe a year ago knew nothing about the product, so they have a good understanding of coming from the ground up," said district technology coordinator Jason Martin.

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