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Rockingham County Schools Study Digital Future In The Classroom

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Posted: July 11, 2013

Cub Run Elementary second-graders Mirelssi Benito Basilio (left), 8, and Josah Cross, 8, use iPads Tuesday morning while learning how to count change during a summer school class. Rockingham County Public Schools has initiated two pilot programs that integrate the use of iPads and laptops in classroom activities. The results of those programs may help determine whether the division will turn to digital tools as an alternative to the hardback textbook for classroom instruction. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Cub Run Elementary second-graders Deona Mosley (left), 7, and Trey Crawford, 8, use iPads to count change during math class at summer school Tuesday.
Second-graders at Cub Run Elementary School use iPads in the classroom during summer school Tuesday.
TIMBERVILLE — Two new laptop pilot programs in Rockingham County Public Schools will help determine what kind of devices the division will use to digitize its classroom activities.
 
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