[Technology 942] Re: Handheld discussion day 3
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I am also interested in any published research on the effectiveness of
Inspiration to teach reading and cognitive mapping. Does anyone know?
Dr. Gretchen Starks-Martin
Academic Learning Center
St. Cloud State University
720 Fourth Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498
FAX: (320) 308-0959
gastarks at stcloudstate.edu
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Subject: [Technology 940] Re: Handheld discussion day 3
Please comment about the Inspiration software program. I have a copy of
this sitting in a box, and your comments make the program sound really
worthwhile. Perhaps I could get this software placed on computers in our
classroom for writing development for the students.
Also, has anyone used Steck-Vaughn's Study Buddy handheld unit with
students? These are more expensive than the Palm, and serve a different
purpose. Study Buddy technology appears to be a handheld version of
lessons in the five subject areas. Palms appear to be more of a writing
and organizational tool.
Please also let me know if anyone out there is using a Palm for Math
lessons or games.
Coordinator, Developmental Education
Verde Valley Campus
tina_luffman at yc.edu
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