An idea that was originally hatched last year has become a success in student learning among Intensive Reading students at North Port High School, reports the Sun Newspapers of Florida: The use of iPod Shuffles has become a way for students not just to jam to the latest hits outside of school, but also to improve their reading skills while in school. The project began in October and has motivated and encouraged students to read more, according to teachers. An average of five students in the reading course go to the library for the first 30 minutes of class, open

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