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This just one of hundreds of new technological gadgets and programs being displayed this week in Austin.
At the Texas computer and education conference you can report from -- an attacker looks dollar this with Pearson one of the companies showing off -- goods we -- and many photos you can slide group Pearson has started for -- the information in text books like this biology book.
Intel -- for the -- patent.
With the iPad is something new where you have that touch experience it's warrants admit you have that sort of ownership that holding at a tablet.
And done it's a way that students are and interacting with Smartphones with tablets.
True that -- students can make images come to life or eat then take notes.
When in a class teachers always say don't write in your textbook and then -- there in the student's book and it's only in the student's book.
Angel Rondell as an educator who says technology must be a part of the students' curriculum.
With my own students -- -- payment and yes they haven't found and they have their iPods and they cannot access to computers they didn't really know how to use them.
If you -- in the same child out of the business they'll say oh yeah I've seen this before but when the business asked them is elected it.
We as teachers just education.
Arena have a chance.
This -- -- it's I don't really be productive it's a form of interaction that they're going to need in the future to -- in the workforce.
Because it is a new way of computing.
How effective is this new hands on type that technology -- studies are still being done but companies are doing their own -- and saying they're seeing productivity.
Greens then two images on the screen -- Gilroy is with the LP technology and says it DLP study of the thousand students showed those who learned in 3-D rather than two.
Higher on their test scores.
I think you -- student's attention beyond -- in the movie theaters and -- now couldn T.
That will the most important environments for students to learn in the classroom Mikey -- yeah it is.
But as states including taxes cut money from public education.
-- this technology be made more affordable.
-- says it all boils down to creativity.
It's questionable for a lot of this things.
There are opportunities yeah that's great and I -- the -- event in the hands of every single tunnel and -- little bit scary.
At the same time though there are things that you can do using a computer went up in Austin Sarah -- box seven is that it's.
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