Interactive devices enhance classroom lessons

Educators in an Indiana school district are finding various ways to use new interactive devices, purchased with federal stimulus money, in district classrooms. One fifth-grade teacher uses an interactive whiteboard to zoom in on points on a graph that would otherwise be difficult for students to see, while a SMART Table allows students in special education to work together on classroom assignments. TAPit learning stations are used to take attendance and develop custom lessons on colors, calendars and the alphabet for students in kindergarten.

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