Technology keeps students from fading into the woodwork

06/17/2007 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Wireless clickers have changed the pattern of instruction in Minnesota teacher Carol Larson's fourth-grade classroom: All of her students now privately answer multiple-choice questions by remote as she teaches. The devices help her and others using similar technology to make sure that those who don't understand new concepts -- including students too shy to ask questions in class -- get the help they need.

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