N.J. educator uses iPod as teaching tool

05/12/2009 | eSchool News (free registration)

A New Jersey educator is using iPods to teach English as a second language, and says the devices offer a variety of learning tools. Grace Poli says students listen to songs in English to develop language and grammar skills, and the iPods allow students to learn at their own pace and level.

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