They sure don’t make classrooms like they used to. Gone are the days of the traditional blackboard and lecturing. In many schools, these outdated forms of communication have been replaced with PowerPoint presentations and interactive projects. Many educators are now using computers to involve their students like never before. What once was a simple report on the life of Mozart can now include a digital audio file playing his music for the entire classroom. Education has become a multi-facet...

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