Even as Rochester public schools ponder a plan to put an iPad in the hands of every student, the district and local colleges already are putting cutting-edge technology to work in the name of education.
Jason Spartz, director of instructional technology for Saint Mary's University in Winona, says that implementing new technology in the classroom on a regular basis not only helps students but also professors to stay current with the outside world.
"It keeps us relevant in what we're teaching and how we're teaching," he says ...
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