Students give feedback on teachers via iPhones in England

03/31/2010 | BBC

Students in Kent, England, were given iPhones recently to record feedback about their teachers and lessons that was sent to the school's senior management -- a move the teachers union says "lacked transparency." Educators said they are comfortable asking students what they think about lessons but were unsure what guidance or training students were given before submitting comments.

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