La. schools incorporate more technology into the classroom

08/1/2010 | Houma Today (La.)

Some schools in Louisiana are incorporating more technology into their classrooms this year. One elementary school sees devices such as document cameras and whiteboards as essential to introducing students from disadvantaged households to 21st-century learning, while one district plans to use mobile computer labs and other technology to provide "differentiated instruction" to its students. "The whole thing is about student engagement," the district's technology director said.

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