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Scott Fisk

iPads for Learning: 21 steps to 1-to-1 success - 12 views

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    Handbook for planning, preparing, implementing and evaluating programs.
Andrew Sams

Appitic - 66 views

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    A directory of apps created by Apple Distinguished Educators
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    APPitic is a directory of apps for education by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) to help you transform teaching and learning. These apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings.
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    Directory of apps in education
Greg Clinton

How To Use Evernote to Manage A Class (with or without iPads) | Wandering Academic - 12 views

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    Using Evernote to manage classes with iPads, but also useful for classes that use laptops. It also occurs to me that it would work with laptop carts (eg, not 1:1) because Evernote is web-based. Good conceptualization.
Steve Ransom

Our Alaska Stories - 51 views

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    Great blog chronicling the adventures of an iPad classroom in Alaska. Larry Mitchell, Badger Road ElementarySkip Via, UAF School of Education
Clint Balsar

Many US schools adding iPads, trimming textbooks - Yahoo! Finance - 4 views

  • The trend has not been limited to wealthy suburban districts. New York City, Chicago and many other urban districts also are buying large numbers of iPads.The iPads generally cost districts between $500 and $600, depending on what accessories and service plans are purchased.By comparison, Brookfield High in Connecticut estimates it spends at least that much yearly on every student's textbooks, not including graphing calculators, dictionaries and other accessories they can get on the iPads.
  • They include interactive programs to demonstrate problem-solving in math, scratchpad features for note-taking and bookmarking, the ability to immediately send quizzes and homework to teachers, and the chance to view videos or tutorials on everything from important historical events to learning foreign languages.They're especially popular in special education services, for children with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities, and for those who learn best when something is explained with visual images, not just through talking.Some advocates also say the interactive nature of learning on an iPad comes naturally to many of today's students, who've grown up with electronic devices as part of their everyday world.
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    I find the price comparisons interesting.
Sandy Munnell

Moonbot Studios: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, v 2.0 - 42 views

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    Website for the book - has audio and video
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    Website for the book of same name - has audio and video
Steve Ransom

Kindergartners and iPads-Part 2 | Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice - 36 views

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    With parent perspectives like this, 1:1 initiatives had better do things right and ensure that powerful learning is going on in conjunction with powerful tools. Such perceptions must be challenged and teachers must be ready for the challenge
John Lustig

iPod Touch & iPad Resources - 184 views

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    A wealth of iOS resources for educators
Linda Morosko

iPads help Salem County students learn | NJ.com - 36 views

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    Third-grade students at the Upper Pittsgrove School mastered fractions in Mrs. Markert class Friday afternoon not by memorization or flash cards, but with Apple iPads. School districts throughout Salem County have now entered the age of technology using the touch sensitive innovative device as a learning tool for students. Superintendents say they are attracted to the devices for two reasons: It's user friendly and inexpensive compared to other technology like laptops.
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    Kidd, who also moderates a district-wide blog, said he was amazed with how user friendly the technology is, even for severely challenged students. He said he remembered the first time he let one of the autistic students in the school use the iPad. "One of the students showed interest and when I gave it to her she sat for over 20 minutes engaged in the device," said Kidd. "Her teacher said she has never sat for that long in the classroom."
Chris Betcher

iPads in education - edna.edu.au - 163 views

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    The iPad is being trialled in a large number of schools and educational settings across Australia. This theme page provides links to school trials, app review sites, blogs by teachers using iPads and a range of other useful resources for iPads in and out of the classroom.
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