Over the years, computers have become an integral part of education in the developed world. But what of schools in less wealthy areas that lack access to electricity, not to mention the cash for pricey electronics? The solution may come in the form of a $50 handheld electronic tablet, dubbed the I-slate.

The device, developed by the Institute for Sustainable and Applied Infodynamics ( ISAID ), is essentially a electronic version of blackboard slates used by Indian children. Over the past year, the I-slate was tested with children ages 10 to 13 in a village outside Hyderabad, with impressive results. Researchers looked at whether the I-slate, which allows students to write out math problems and get feedback about their answers, improved math skills.

“Our study clearly shows the I-slate is an effective learning tool
for all students, regardless of their learning ability,” said computer
scientist and I-slate creator Krishna Palem, director of ISAID, in a statement. “The
first production I-slates will be pre-loaded with lessons for
mathematics, science and social studies.”

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Get ready for another amazing year to be a Disney fan! Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures just released its entire slate for 2017 and we couldn’t be more excited. The year is packed with amazing films, sure to take us on epic adventures, with characters both familiar and new. Take a look at the stellar lineup:

There are so many moments to look forward to in this live-action retelling of Disney’s classic animated tale  Beauty and the Beast . We’ve gotten a glimpse into the world of the film with  these amazing images and were completely enchanted by the teaser trailer . We absolutely cannot wait to see Emma Watson (Belle) and Dan Stevens (Beast) bring these classic characters to life.

Disneynature’s newest True Life Adventure film is sure to be equally epic and adorable with plenty of wildlife and the narration of the one and only John Krasinski . The film follows the stories of three animal families through the wilds of China and we’ll be sure to take in every moment of the journey.

Over the years, computers have become an integral part of education in the developed world. But what of schools in less wealthy areas that lack access to electricity, not to mention the cash for pricey electronics? The solution may come in the form of a $50 handheld electronic tablet, dubbed the I-slate.

The device, developed by the Institute for Sustainable and Applied Infodynamics ( ISAID ), is essentially a electronic version of blackboard slates used by Indian children. Over the past year, the I-slate was tested with children ages 10 to 13 in a village outside Hyderabad, with impressive results. Researchers looked at whether the I-slate, which allows students to write out math problems and get feedback about their answers, improved math skills.

“Our study clearly shows the I-slate is an effective learning tool
for all students, regardless of their learning ability,” said computer
scientist and I-slate creator Krishna Palem, director of ISAID, in a statement. “The
first production I-slates will be pre-loaded with lessons for
mathematics, science and social studies.”

Over the years, computers have become an integral part of education in the developed world. But what of schools in less wealthy areas that lack access to electricity, not to mention the cash for pricey electronics? The solution may come in the form of a $50 handheld electronic tablet, dubbed the I-slate.

The device, developed by the Institute for Sustainable and Applied Infodynamics ( ISAID ), is essentially a electronic version of blackboard slates used by Indian children. Over the past year, the I-slate was tested with children ages 10 to 13 in a village outside Hyderabad, with impressive results. Researchers looked at whether the I-slate, which allows students to write out math problems and get feedback about their answers, improved math skills.

“Our study clearly shows the I-slate is an effective learning tool
for all students, regardless of their learning ability,” said computer
scientist and I-slate creator Krishna Palem, director of ISAID, in a statement. “The
first production I-slates will be pre-loaded with lessons for
mathematics, science and social studies.”

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Get 1 reward point for every dollar spent. Redeem at checkout for a discounted price. See our rewards page for more information.

Get ready for another amazing year to be a Disney fan! Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures just released its entire slate for 2017 and we couldn’t be more excited. The year is packed with amazing films, sure to take us on epic adventures, with characters both familiar and new. Take a look at the stellar lineup:

There are so many moments to look forward to in this live-action retelling of Disney’s classic animated tale  Beauty and the Beast . We’ve gotten a glimpse into the world of the film with  these amazing images and were completely enchanted by the teaser trailer . We absolutely cannot wait to see Emma Watson (Belle) and Dan Stevens (Beast) bring these classic characters to life.

Disneynature’s newest True Life Adventure film is sure to be equally epic and adorable with plenty of wildlife and the narration of the one and only John Krasinski . The film follows the stories of three animal families through the wilds of China and we’ll be sure to take in every moment of the journey.

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Over the years, computers have become an integral part of education in the developed world. But what of schools in less wealthy areas that lack access to electricity, not to mention the cash for pricey electronics? The solution may come in the form of a $50 handheld electronic tablet, dubbed the I-slate.

The device, developed by the Institute for Sustainable and Applied Infodynamics ( ISAID ), is essentially a electronic version of blackboard slates used by Indian children. Over the past year, the I-slate was tested with children ages 10 to 13 in a village outside Hyderabad, with impressive results. Researchers looked at whether the I-slate, which allows students to write out math problems and get feedback about their answers, improved math skills.

“Our study clearly shows the I-slate is an effective learning tool
for all students, regardless of their learning ability,” said computer
scientist and I-slate creator Krishna Palem, director of ISAID, in a statement. “The
first production I-slates will be pre-loaded with lessons for
mathematics, science and social studies.”

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