More interactive, self-directed learning included in Malaysian classrooms

03/15/2010 | Star Publications (Malaysia)

Teachers are including more interactive technology in their classroom lessons, such as e-books and computer software that allows more self-directed learning. At one Malaysian school, students are using iPhones in the classroom and as mobile learning devices. The goal, one educator, said is to teach students technology skills and how to use the devices appropriately.

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