La. teachers' lessons go digital to engage students

07/29/2013 | Town Talk (Alexandria, La.), The

Schools in Louisiana and elsewhere are integrating more technology in the classroom as part of efforts to provide engaging learning opportunities for students. Technology includes desktop computers, laptops, tablets, interactive whiteboards and electronic-book readers. Teachers also have adopted student-response systems, also known as "clickers," in which students provide answers digitally.

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