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  • 1. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Engaging Students in the Digital Age Paulo Dorado Matthew Hines Scarlet Jaldin Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions Teodora (“Teddy”) Peneva Rene Ochoa Washington and Lee High School Students:
  • 2. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Do you feel that your school or district provides adequate technology to students for educational purposes? A: Yes, we provide enough technology to students. B: No, we don’t provide enough technology to students. C: We go above an beyond when it comes to providing students with technology.
  • 3. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Engaging Students in the Digital Age Paulo Dorado Matthew Hines Scarlet Jaldin Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions Teodora (“Teddy”) Peneva Rene Ochoa Washington and Lee High School Students:
  • 4. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Does your school or district allow students to use their own mobile device in school? A: Yes, we allow students to use their own mobile devices in school for educational purposes. B: We are considering lifting a ban on the use of student mobile devices. C: No, such devices are banned.
  • 5. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Engaging Students in the Digital Age Paulo Dorado Matthew Hines Scarlet Jaldin Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions Teodora (“Teddy”) Peneva Rene Ochoa Washington and Lee High School Students:

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