Tenn. district trains teachers to use technology in lessons

06/7/2013 | WATE-TV (Knoxville, Tenn.)

As the Knox County, Tenn., school system works to provide every student and teacher with a high-tech device, hundreds of educators recently received training to use technology in new ways to improve teaching and learning. Among the approaches are to ask students questions and let them use technology, such as Google, to answer them. Instead of exams, students are completing PowerPoint presentations, and teachers and students also are using technology to connect with outside resources and people.

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