Textbooks, not tablets
Students go back to printed page
Students in one of the country’s most high-tech schools are ditching their iPads for the humble schoolbook.
St Colman’s College in Claremorris, Co Mayo had been an early adopter of iPads and e-books in the classroom and was seen as a pioneer for other schools.
But due to the high cost, the percentage of students using them has dropped over the past five years from 70 per cent to 20 per...
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