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Flip, Skype and iPad find everyday usage at Indiana elementary school

from Evansville Courier & Press

The iPads have about 100 children's applications on them, from interactive Dr. Seuss books that read aloud to students to Alphabet Magnets, an activity known more for its place on refrigerators. Despite all of the technology, Lisa Boeglin said, she is still using activities of yesteryear — students read softcover books, practice their handwriting and keep journals, not the electronic version. Boeglin said whether she uses old or new methods, her goal is to exceed the grade-level standards. But by integrating technology, students are more engaged, and it gives them an early exposure, Boeglin said. more

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