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Technology Helps Students Who Miss School Keep Up With Classroom Assignments

Indiana teachers are increasingly using new technology to keep students engaged. But there’s another benefit to moving more assignments and instruction online: Students who are absent can work from home to keep up with their peers. From The Times of Northwest Indiana:


Called cloud computing, data is stored on servers at a remote location rather than in their laptops. It’s also interactive, allowing teachers to post homework assignments and other information online for students. The School City of Hobart is using the latest technology, with each student using a computer in the classroom and classrooms using social media like Facebook and Twitter.

Read more at: www.nwitimes.com

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