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Darryl Vidal
Many one-to-one initiatives fail to meet their objective, unless the objective is merely to give students technology and hope that they will figure it out from there.
Lauren Williams
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New products for chemistry, biology and physics labs allow more engaging and safer experiments
Lauren Williams
Juniors in Billings, Mont. worked on a local multimedia exhibit that covered a series of hate crimes that occurred in the town 20 years ago.
Multimedia projects can make lessons more engaging and even stem the tide of bullying
Matt Zalaznick
Teacher Lora Sprigings’ (center) AP geography classes are part of the gradual adoption of e-textbooks by Community Unit School District 300 in the Chicago suburbs.
Digital interactivity, multimedia and adaptability drive student engagement

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