Minn. school uses technology to teach about wolves

07/22/2013 | Hibbing Daily Tribune (Minn.)

Students from Keewatin Elementary School students in Minnesota got an up-close look at wolves and the scientists who work at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minn., with the help of a mobile telepresence system that allows for two-way video and audio interaction. The recent lesson -- which compared the behavior of real wolves to folklore stories -- was the first time the school has used the technology, teacher Sue Johnson said.

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