Canadian school makes adjustments to improve student engagement

12/16/2013 | Toronto Sun

Educators at a secondary school in Canada recently introduced iPads into its maths classes as part of an effort to better engage male students in learning. The change was based on data showing male students find the use of technology in the classroom engaging. School officials also added a standing maths table based on student feedback. Curriculum leader Leanne Oliver said both boys and girls have benefited from the changes.

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