Idaho teachers are incorporating more technology in the classroom

09/21/2011 | Times-News (Twin Falls, Idaho), The

Teachers in Idaho are working to introduce more technology into the curriculum as part of the state's Students Come First reforms aimed at promoting the use of educational technology. Some educators are incorporating interactive digital activities alongside teacher-led instruction, while others are giving computerized tests or using technology to communicate with students. State officials recently approved a plan to require high-school students to earn two online credits to graduate, beginning with the class of 2016.

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