- IPods Help Students Learn Languages
Moorestown Friends High School is using one of todayâ€™s hottest media devices to help students acquire foreign language skills, proving students in 12 French and Spanish classes with iPods to use to practice speaking and improve pronunciation.
- Computer Ties Together Third Gradersâ€™ Big Project
Rayna Freedman, third grade teacher at Mansfieldâ€™s Jordan/Jackson School, uses the computer to tie together the elements of a project that helps her students understand the connections between reading, writing, poetry, critical thinking, art and theater.
- Maine To Renew Middle School Laptop Program
Maineâ€™s Education Committee has decided to extend the stateâ€™s program that provides laptops for all 7th and 8th grade students for another four years, at a cost of $10 million per year.
- German and American Students Meet via Videoconference
Students in the AP Economics class at Pomonaâ€™s Ganesha High School recently participated in a videoconference with students taking a similar course in Kulmach, Germany. Learn what they shared.
- Something in the Air for Cambridge
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced plans to extend a broadband wireless network in use on the campus to the entire city of Cambridge.