Can iPads replace textbooks in the classroom?

09/8/2010 | Hill, The

Four California school districts, along with education firm Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, are testing the effects of interactive digital technology on teaching through a program that replaces the algebra textbooks of 400 eighth-graders with Apple iPads. Students will be provided a digital version of their textbook and instructional videos, allowing teachers more time to help individuals.

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