Conn. district uses iPads to improve reading instruction

02/14/2012 | New Haven Register (Conn.)

Educators in East Haven, Conn., schools are using iPad tablet computers as a tool to help improve reading instruction. Teachers use the tablets to conduct informal reading assessments and track student progress. "They're really serving many purposes while transforming the environment of teaching and learning. And we can better communicate with parents about student growth and progress over time," said Erica Forti, the district's assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction.

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