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Press Photo by Beth Wischmeyer Chance Godes, left, and A.J. Ash, right, both kindergartners, listen to the book "The Napping House" on the classroom iPod while they follow along in the book on Friday at Lincoln Elementary.

Technological education

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From chalkboards to iPods, technology use in schools has come a long way. State and local officials say technology such as iPods -- a portable media player -- "clickers" -- a student response system -- as well as electronic book reading devices help to enhance students' learning. LeAnn Nelson, director of professional development with the North Dakota Education Association, said utilizing technology in school curriculum is becoming more and more popular.

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