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Royan Lee, a teacher at Beverley Acres Public School uses technology to create a more interactive, collaborative and social classroom. He is seen teaching Zinedine Jina-Pettersen, 12, Alessandra Tuzi, 12, Michelle Bennett, 12, and Kamran Rahbar, 12, how to use GarageBand for the iPad. (JENNIFER ROBERTS/Jennifer Roberts/The Globe and Mail)
Royan Lee, a teacher at Beverley Acres Public School uses technology to create a more interactive, collaborative and social classroom. He is seen teaching Zinedine Jina-Pettersen, 12, Alessandra Tuzi, 12, Michelle Bennett, 12, and Kamran Rahbar, 12, how to use GarageBand for the iPad. (JENNIFER ROBERTS/Jennifer Roberts/The Globe and Mail)

Timeline: Classroom technology from papyrus to iPads Add to ...

Though today's classroom technology is mostly digital, teachers have always used innovative tools to supplement their teaching. This timeline outlines the most prominent pedagogical tools.

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