Vera Johnson's fifth-graders barely noticed as visitors walked into their classroom this week, reports the Dallas Morning News: They were far too focused on the disembodied head that seemed to float in the front of the room. Suddenly a human ear, with all its innards exposed, jumped out at them. "Whoa!" The kids were responding to a relatively new kind of technology just starting to filter into North Texas classrooms: a 3D projection system, coupled with interactive, computer-driven content. In her class at Richardson ISD’s Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet elementary school, Johnson was teaching a lesson about the human senses....

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