Technology revamps book reports in Mo. elementary school

06/9/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Fourth-grade students at a school in Missouri recently used technology to deliver alternative book reports, in which they used iMovie to create trailers persuading others to read the books. Students presented their "reports" using an ultra-high-definition Immersion Wall, which allows students to use computers to type feedback onto a screen visible to the students in the classroom.

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