Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Connecticut District Exploring Classroom Use Of Student-Owned Technology

The Meriden (CT) Record-Journal (3/13, Primicerio) reports, "Over the next six weeks, parents, students and educators serving on the school district's technology advisory committee will research the use of student-owned technology in classrooms." The piece notes that the groups will analyze "the district's current technology policy and will decide if anything needs to be changed regarding student use of cellphones, e-readers and computer tablets in the classroom. The school system is trying to determine if any of this increasingly popular technology should be embraced in the classroom as an aid to the education process."

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