Chalk up another school learning the value of Apple Macintosh iBooks in the classroom.
“Twenty Macintosh iBooks are changing the way Sandra Murray teaches her class of fifth-graders at Burris Laboratory School.”
“‘What it’s making me think a lot more about, is teaching where I’m asking kids a higher level of questions,’ Murray said.”
“By using laptops, students work independently, ask questions and research the answers themselves rather than having Murray standing in front of the classroom reciting facts and figures.”
“‘Now, I’m the coach, and that’s really what I need to be,’ Murray said,” reports Oseye T. Boyd for East Central Indiana’s The Star Press. Full article here.