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MARYSVILLE – More than 150 iPads lit up the gym at Marysville Middle School on Thursday.
The eighth grade earth science students created a large geological timeline of the earth by lining up their iPads side-by-side.
Ben Horner, eighth grade earth science teacher, used technology in his classroom by having each iPad represent a different geological stage.
"I wanted to demonstrate the enormity of geological time," Horner said. "I struggle in the classroom to teach something that is so long on a single piece of paper or on a video screen — we are talking about 4.6 billion years."
This blog post however does not focus on the apps, but the features that are built within the iPad. Take some time to explain these features in the iPad’s settings to make your students aware of how they can benefit their language learning.
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