Saturday, February 13, 2010

Educators are using one-to-one computing to individualize lessons

More schools are employing one-to-one computer technology in the classroom to help educators tailor lessons for all types of learners. In one Iowa classroom, sixth-grade students are working to create a promotional video for a fundraiser for Haiti to be shown to younger students. Each student is working on their own 20-second clip and choosing subjects such as profiling relief organizations or providing information on the science behind earthquakes. "There's not a single subject that the project doesn't touch," their teacher said. The Tribune (Ames, Iowa)

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