Middle-school teachers use iPod Touch for writing lessons

10/25/2009 | Star-News (Wilmington, N.C.)

At one North Carolina middle school, language arts students are using an iPod Touch game to help them develop different perspectives as they create characters and write fiction. The school may use the technology in other classes as well, says school Principal Edith Skipper. "This is how they learn, this is how they communicate with their world," she said. "We're running as fast as we can just to keep up. All of education is."

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