Calif. school offers example of using the iPod in lessons

10/14/2011 | San Diego Union-Tribune

A California school's program in which students use iPod Touch devices for lessons in reading fluency is being used across the curriculum by 150 teachers. The devices can help with math, creation of project-based blogs and videos, and its recording capabilities are used for lessons in reading fluency. Educators say the school's program is a model for how to use the iPod in the classroom.

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