Educational apps top many schools' lists of recommended resources

09/3/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Schools traditionally have given parents recommendations -- like using flashcards -- for reinforcing learning at home. With many schools adopting the use of tablet computers, educators' recommended resources increasingly include mobile applications that students can use to practice math, reading and other skills. One school in Nebraska provides lists of teacher-approved apps in a newsletter to parents, and others share such information via social media and on school and district websites.

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