Conn. students learn computer skills ahead of common core testing

12/17/2013 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Students in a Connecticut school district are honing their technology skills as schools transition to the Common Core State Standards and prepare for new online assessments. New Smarter Balanced Assessments will include technology requirements, including typing, dragging and dropping items, highlighting, and more. As such, more students in the district are using tablet computers and other media devices to practice these and other computer skills.

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