IPod Touch is used to boost foreign language learning in Massachusetts

08/30/2010 | Patch.com

At the Jonas Clarke Middle School in Massachusetts, teachers are using iPod Touch devices to enhance students' foreign language learning and let them learn at their own pace. Online textbook content and mini-novels are downloaded to iPods that students can check out from school. One educator says the technology "enhances" instruction but "doesn't replace it."

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