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Minimal standards required for technology in classrooms

8:45 PM, May 3, 2013
John Muir Middle School students identify rock types on their iPads Friday. The Wausau School District decided this year to embark on a pilot program in which iPads were distributed to all eighth-graders and students at Franklin Elementary School. The project is designed to determine whether student achievement can be boosted by using the devices.
John Muir Middle School students identify rock types on their iPads Friday. The Wausau School District decided this year to embark on a pilot program in which iPads were distributed to all eighth-graders and students at Franklin Elementary School. The project is designed to determine whether student achievement can be boosted by using the devices.
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Change is sweeping like a tornado through the landscape of education, and most educators agree the force giving the twister much of its power is the use of technology in the classroom.

The overwhelming wealth of information that can be found on the Internet, hand-held devices such as the iPad and recent innovations such as cloud computing are allowing teachers to help students learn in creative and innovative ways that most could only have imagined a decade ago.

In the Wausau area, technology means that D.C. Everest Senior High School students can get business lessons in real time from an ...

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