School chalkboards get "smart" in Mass. district

11/19/2012 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

The installation of interactive whiteboards to replace traditional chalkboards was part of a rollout of 4,000 new technology devices in Lowell, Mass., public schools this year. MacBooks and iPads also were distributed. Teachers have been adapting to the new technology, in part by meeting weekly to share ideas on how to use the new interactive whiteboards. Educators say already students are more enthusiastic and engaged in the classroom.

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