Kan. teachers learn to utilize iPads during meetings, training

09/13/2013 | Marysville Advocate (Kan.)

All teachers in a Kansas school district are using iPads this year; they are learning to use the devices before they are issued to students in the next school year. Teachers received some initial training and now are expected to tote the iPads with them to meetings and district training, where the technology will be integrated into the format, said Volora Hanzlicek, assistant superintendent of Prairie Hills school district.

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