Mo. district turns to technology to teach math, other subjects

10/29/2013 | Daily Dunklin Democrat (Kennett, Mo.)

Students in a Missouri school district are using Chromebooks to learn math and other academic subjects. The instructional shift is part of a larger district initiative to incorporate technology into learning. In some math classes, software is being used to tailor problems to students' individual abilities and to give them immediate feedback on their work. Some teachers also are using a flipped-classroom model, assigning instructional videos for homework and then helping students solve problems during class.

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Daily Dunklin Democrat (Kennett, Mo.)

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