Texas teachers use iPods to help students learn

11/5/2007 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Some educators at a Texas elementary school are joining the trend of using iPods to record songs about science, history and language as a way to enhance student learning. "This is [the] tech generation. So, when we think of instructing students, we have to think of different ways of teaching," said principal Alisha Crumley. "To get their attention in class, we have to keep up."

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