From left, Mateo Collado, 11, Gaby Osorio, 10, and Tiffany Zhao, 11, pose for a picture, taken by Kni'yah Harris, 10, to conclude their video made using iMovie. The video explains how to divide a whole number by a decimal number in Anna Hayes' fifth grade class at Brier Creek Elementary on Monday. Brier Creek is the first elementary school of the 13 pilot schools participating in Wake County's Bring Your Own Device program.
From left, Mateo Collado, 11, Gaby Osorio, 10, and Tiffany Zhao, 11, pose for a picture, taken by Kni'yah Harris, 10, to conclude their video made using iMovie. The video explains how to divide a whole number by a decimal number in Anna Hayes' fifth grade class at Brier Creek Elementary on Monday. Brier Creek is the first elementary school of the 13 pilot schools participating in Wake County's Bring Your Own Device program. newsobserver.com
From left, Mateo Collado, 11, Gaby Osorio, 10, and Tiffany Zhao, 11, pose for a picture, taken by Kni'yah Harris, 10, to conclude their video made using iMovie. The video explains how to divide a whole number by a decimal number in Anna Hayes' fifth grade class at Brier Creek Elementary on Monday. Brier Creek is the first elementary school of the 13 pilot schools participating in Wake County's Bring Your Own Device program. newsobserver.com

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