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Fowler First Grade Class Utilizes High-Tech Interactive Learning

We've probably all heard a teacher at some point say "the classroom is no place for games."
We've probably all heard a teacher at some point say "the classroom is no place for games."

Over the past few years, interactive learning has been taken to a high-tech level by incorporating smart boards in the classroom. But when it comes to raising levels, what better way to do that than with a Nintendo Wii?

The kids make it a competition by splitting into two groups. They use the Wii controls to perform prompted tasks.

As soon as a task is completed successfully, they hand the control to the next person in line. Quick thinking, problem solving skills, and pattern recognition are all things these kids are being taught.

The kids say they also enjoy using the iPad to play games and have fun while learning.
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