Students learn letters, shapes using iPod Touch games

09/14/2009 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Educators in a Texas district are using interactive games and other iPod Touch features to teach kindergartners about letters, shapes and other lessons. Teachers are also using the technology to teach science to older students. Teachers say using the devices makes students excited to learn, and educators are hoping the early contact with technology will boost students' technology skills in the long run.

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