Technology replaces pencils and paper in Pa. school's math class

10/28/2013 | Delaware County Daily Times (Primos, Pa.)

Pencils, paper and chalkboards are being used less in a Pennsylvania school district where more students are using iPads to complete assignments during classes. During a recent math lesson, students used an application called Insight 360 to complete a problem on their devices and display their answers on an interactive whiteboard. Math teacher Sarah Coletta said the approach has led to a more "streamlined and seamless" learning environment.

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Delaware County Daily Times (Primos, Pa.)

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