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How often is a smartphone or tablet used to support any type of group learning or presentations?
More than half of the time
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About one-quarter of the time
Just starting to integrate and will be increasing use over time


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Come learn about the latest in audio technology for use in assessments and for giveaways at the Troxell booth in Aldine, TX.

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Come learn about the latest in audio technology for use in assessments and for giveaways at the Troxell booth in Greenville, SC.

Come learn about the latest in audio technology for use in assessments at booth #902 in Tampa!

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About 12 percent of all preK-12 students in the United States are considered English language learners. And projections indicate that by 2015, more than 50 percent of all students in K-12 public schools across America will not speak English as their first language. Fully understanding this prediction, educators at George Washington Carver Elementary School, located in Yuma, Ariz., serve a growing population of students where more than half are in a transitional language environment at home and among peers....[more]


My severe physically disabled students use the 1300AV cassette player for switch-access music....[more]

The MP3-Capable Music Maker™ multimedia player is used as a listening center by our 2nd grade students for music, reading, singing, dancing, calming down and listening skills....[more]

We are offering unprecedented bargains on limited quantities of these discontinued items. Available on a first come, first served basis...[view]