In Alison Saylor's technology class, she teaches her students more than just computers: In fact, she says they're learning things that just might revolutionize the classroom, reports. "It's a fun way to do it, and they really get into it. They're very engaged," said Saylor, computer and technology teacher at Everitt Middle School in Wheat Ridge, Colo. Saylor is using Google Apps for Education to create a virtual domain for her students. They can use word processors, spreadsheets, and graphic tools to create projects that are done entirely online. For example, eighth-grader Alex Brown created his own imaginary company....

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