Technology-training course aims to help Del. teachers

Teachers at St. Elizabeth High School in Wilmington, Del., recently took the place of students as they were taught how to use iPads in the classroom by Patrick Larkin, one of three recipients of the national 2012 Digital Principal Award. Larkin discussed applications and classroom uses for Twitter. "I know that obviously you're preparing your students well for what they want to face or are going to down the road," Larkin said. "But I think we need to ask ourselves, can we prepare them for everything if we don't start to do some of this?"

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