Schools begin using technology with students at a younger age

09/28/2011 | Denver Post, The

Educators are incorporating more technology into lessons for younger students as new national K-12 standards that include technology components take hold. At a school in Denver, 3-year-old students use a Promethean board to learn about numbers and to identify emotions. "These things aren't going away. If anything, they're going to get more complex," said teacher Jonell Tafoya.

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