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Student PCs: Worth the cost?
Posted by: Justina Spencer
Ninth-grade science students usually learn Newton's second law of motion by copying and memorizing it.

But in Katy Pupungatoa's class at Oak-Land Junior High in Lake Elmo, freshmen learn that force equals mass times acceleration in an experiment with toy cars, a sensor that measures speed, and their laptop computers, which instantly display results.
Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune (USA) | Published: March 19th, 2009

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