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Teaching and Learning: Using iPads in the Classroom

What would you do with 30 iPads in your classroom? Ben Johnson from Edutopia has a few ideas including suggestions on using iPads to meet the needs of different types of learners and connecting with others outside the classroom. Head

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Study finds better learning with iPads

A recent report from the NAACE suggests that appropriate use of iPads can improve learning and teaching. The results are based on a single school and a small number of participants but it’s still an interesting read. Get the full report here

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Apple iPad Support

Apple has created a very useful support page designed specifically for the iPad. Choose a topic from a large list to find answers for your questions about iPad. Whether you are new to iPad or are upgrading your existing iPad,

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Teacher Training Should Start Before iPad Deployment

Jan Fletcher at The Journal posted an interesting article about the need for teacher staff development before you roll out iPads. We’ve posted part of the article below. Go here for the rest. —— ELL instructors, like those in other

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Preparing Your School for an iPad Implementation

Sam Gliksman has some useful tips and tricks if you’re planning an iPad deployment. Get the full deal here. Planning is imperative for any technology initiative – iPad or otherwise. You need to ensure that you clearly understand and communicate

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