Educational Technology

May 31, 2010

For Wes-Del students, math is computer memory

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

 

By JOY LEIKER, the Star-Press

Wes-Del Community Schools is one of 18 corporations in the state that will enhance its math instruction with technology as part of a pilot program paid for by the Indiana Department of Education. As a result, next year middle school and high school students enrolled in pre-algebra or algebra classes will sit down at desks with 10-inch laptops. The $44,350 grant paid for 75 of the small computers, plus access to an online mathematics curriculum. Mike Bush, curriculum and technology coordinator for the district, said, “We’re working to be a true one-to-one school.” Within two years, Bush hopes that there will be a computer for every student in grades 6-12. The new 75 laptops are in addition to the 400-plus other computers already in place in corporation classrooms and labs.

http://www.thestarpress.com/article/20100520/NEWS01/5200326

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