Personal Teaching in K-12 with Timp Tech

September 21st, 2007 |
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Teaching in kindergarten through 12th grades continues to incorporate more technology. One Utah-based company, Timpanogos Technologies, has extended the life of existing district-wide systems while providing teachers and students with software that can create personalized study for individual students. Not only does this help the student learn, but it frees up teacher time through automated grading, self-paced learning, and even providing ongoing assignments and due dates.

Keith Blake talks about the future of K-12 education and the impact of technology-based teaching and learning tools, combined with open-source content to aid in the development of lesson plans.

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