Schools bringing in iPhones to help teach

September 16, 2011 2:04:45 PM PDT
It's all part of a Canadian pilot project in 21st century learning, allowing children to learn in the same kind of situations in which they'll eventually work.

The program provides wireless internet access, computers and electronics for three schools.

For one Principal, it's a no brainer.

"For me it's about helping them create relevant activities for kids that reflect what kids are really interested in."

At his school every classroom has a smartboard, every teacher has a netbook, and the school receives 60 iPads and 60 iPod touches.