Students offer important feedback on new classroom technology

06/25/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

When a Virginia middle school handed out iPod Touch devices to students as part of a pilot program, technology specialist Patrick Ledesma and eighth-grade English teacher Steve Jarosz turned to educational resources for ways to incorporate the devices into their lesson plans. But they found some of their best ideas came from their students.

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