Minnesota educators using iPod Touch mini-lab in the classroom

12/22/2009 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Educators at a growing number of Minnesota schools are using iPod Touch technology in classroom lessons. One elementary school uses an iPod Touch mini-lab, where teachers can check out a cart loaded with the devices and a laptop for downloading applications. Teachers say the hand-held mini-computers make traditional educational activities such as studying vocabulary, geometry and math tables more interesting for students.

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