Technology is new teacher in Armenian language program

12/27/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Educators are hoping to save a 40-year-old Armenian language program at a Massachusetts high school -- threatened after its longtime instructor retired -- by using technology in place of traditional instruction. Dubbed "ArMedia," the program has the school's media specialist collaborating with two local volunteers who speak Armenian to assign coursework, which includes reading daily Armenian newspapers online and creating multimedia projects.

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