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From left, Hally Miner, 6, Orion Powell, 5, and Brodie Knudson, 6, work on their iPads in Jennifer Ellis’ kindergarten class at Cooper Elementary School in Superior on Wednesday morning. (Jed Carlson/jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)

Technology becomes educational tool at Cooper

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There was a time when textbooks were king — ideal for reading about ancient history, learning math formulas or viewing how to conduct science experiments.

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Now, students at Cooper Elementary School are trying a more modern approach — technology.

“I love using the iPads because they help us learn,” said fifth grader Ellie Westlund. “There’s a bunch of good learning and technology apps.”

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