More and more people are writing about how iPads can impact teaching and learning. We’ll post some of the best articles here. Share your favorites in the comments and we’ll be sure to highlight them!
Roslyn Heights, N.Y. — As students returned to class this week, some were carrying brand-new Apple iPads in their backpacks, given not by their parents but by their schools.
Wired magazine uses stop-action video capture to answer all sorts of physics questions. (You might want to also check out how an elementary teacher is using Angry Birds to teach math, science and history.)
The National Association of Secondary School Principals board of directors recently released a position statement advocating greater access to and acceptance of technologies like smart phones and social networking sites in educational institutions.