Students learn new ways to use technology in digital elective

01/26/2010 | Martinsville Bulletin (Va.)

Students at a Virginia middle school are learning how to incorporate technology into their schoolwork in a digital-input technology class. The elective has students adapting technology many have used outside of school to play games or watch videos for educational purposes. Recently, students used information from an application they installed on iPod Touch devices to help with an assignment on the solar system. "Getting to use an iPod touch in class makes the lessons a lot more fun," one student said.

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