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|State's first lady delivers technology to Monterey School|
Monterey first and second graders played Jeopardy Thursday morning.
But the host was not Alex Trebek. It was Louisiana's first lady, Supriya Jindal, who used the Jeopardy game to show teachers and students how to use digital smartboards to replace dusty chalk and chalkboards.
The first lady's foundation -- the Supriya Jindal Foundation - with charter member, the AT&T Foundation, awarded three interactive smartboard systems to Monterey High School; one for first grade and two for second grade.
The award package includes an interactive whiteboard which streams videos and responds to the touch of a fingertip and displays colorful graphics, an interactive response system that will allow students to actively participate in the lesson, a laptop, all installation, and instructor training for all teachers.
Children no longer need to walk to the front of the room to jot in the answer to a math problem on the chalkboard. They can offer the answer with a hand held device at their desks.
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