Ga. high school launches project-based learning program with iPads

08/29/2013 | Eatonton Messenger (Ga.), The

Students at Putnam County High School in Georgia can take a class called "iPad Investigations," in which they use iPads to conduct project-based learning activities. Students are allowed to choose their research topics and must apply concepts from English, social studies, science and math to their projects. "The point is for them to support each content area while doing their research," media specialist Becky Nipper said. "It's project-based learning engaged with technology. They are not just going to Google."

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