SMART Table allows for more collaboration in the classroom

09/15/2009 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

Young students in a Florida elementary school are collaborating more in the classroom by using a SMART Table -- an interactive touch-screen computer that allows up to eight students to work together. There are no data showing an increase in student achievement linked to SMART Tables, but educators say the technology is beneficial to students, who are using the devices to work together on subjects such as social studies and art. The device is designed for students in preschool through third grade.

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