Students develop electronic flash cards for the classroom

08/2/2013 | Observer-Reporter (Washington, Pa.)

A group of about 10 middle- and high-school students in a Pennsylvania district have been working over the summer to design electronic flash cards that teachers at their schools can use in the classroom. The "inking ability" technology used to make the digital cards includes the use of a pen or stylus and a tablet computer. The students are designing the flash cards -- working to add audio and video -- after which the teachers will use programs such as PowerPoint to create them for their classrooms.

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