Teachers at N.Y. high school put technology to use

06/21/2010 | Patch.com

Teachers at a New York high school were allowed to apply this year to receive an interactive whiteboard for their classrooms. The applications required them to detail how they would use the technology to improve teaching and learning. While some are questioning the need to purchase the $3,200 SmartBoards, educators say the boards allow them to more easily create educational games and other interactive lessons.

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