More than 250 educators attended a free "Padcamp" held recently in a New Jersey school district with the goal of helping teachers learn how to use technology, including iPads, in the classroom. The use of education technology has become more of a priority as the state transitions to online exams. Educators say they have moved beyond the "cool" application phase and want to see exactly what high-tech programs and devices can do to assist teachers and students.
N.J. teachers learn to take lessons digital at "Padcamp"
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