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WCCS: Technologically teaching

March 25, 2014

Chase Graves, first grader at Little Turtle Elementary School, shows off his skills with an interactive projector and white board at a recent school board meeting. School officials say the new way of learning is very beneficial to young students.

COLUMBIA CITY — As a whole, Whitley County Consolidated Schools are working to see how technology fits into its district.

Elementary schools in WCCS have been experimenting with several different programs through an interactive projection screen.

Little Turtle Elementary School first-grade students were present at a WCCS school board meeting last week to show off their skills on the projection screen.

Students were able to mark their attendance, solve math problems, answer questions from a magazine, and spell words by touching a wand to a interactive screen.

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