Math Goes Mobile

Smith, Brad
March 2008
Wireless Week;3/15/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance of mobile phones to classroom instruction in North Carolina. It revealed that about 100 ninth-grade students in four schools in the state have been issued smartphones to improve their math skills. They used it to network among themselves on problems, receive instruction from teachers, play math-improving games or watch an animation showing the problem being solved.


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