Tech tools

From staff and wire reports
November 30, 2011 at 3:48 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Tech tools
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At St. Rose Elementary, 1st grade students are utilizing technology on a daily basis. During a math lesson on addition and subtraction fact families, Kelley Toups uses an ActivInspire flipchart for her lesson.

 

The students use ActivExpression hand-held remote devices to electronically submit answers posed by the teacher.

 

The devices allow every child to be able to participate and answer in a fun and interactive way. Questions vary from yes or no, multiple choice, true or false, numeric to even full texting.




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