Technology is necessary to make lessons relevant, teachers say

10/5/2009 | Gainesville Sun (Fla.), The

Some Florida teachers say that technology is no longer an add-on to classroom lessons but has become a fundamental building block for young children's learning. To make lessons relevant for students, teachers say they must use technology such as interactive whiteboards and computers. "There is no way a computer can replace a teacher," one school official said. "But it provides an engaging supplement."

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