Wireless slates make classroom lessons interactive, fun

02/16/2010 | North Platte Telegraph (Neb.)

Teachers and students in a Nebraska school are using SmartTech Airliner Slates to interact with a computer without sitting in front of a monitor. Educators say they hope the wireless technology will create more interactive, student-centered classrooms. "The wireless slate will assist students in taking the role of presenter, and learning will become more enriching and fun," said Robbi McKenney, the technology coordinator for the Brady district.

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