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Looking at the implementation of iPads in Middle and High schools
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Using Social Media In The Classroom For Real-World Learning

Using Social Media In The Classroom For Real-World Learning | BYOD iPads | Scoop.it
There is already evidence that teachers are using social media as part of teaching strategies, with the aim of encouraging students to view social networks as less of a pleasurable distraction, and more as something that can be used in projects and for personal expression in a medium they prefer.
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Mark Keane's comment, December 3, 2012 9:49 AM
The use of social media for learning is essential, particularly in secondary (high schools). Too many teens are engaged with social media, for fast periods of time, with no return on their investment. Schools and their pupil's would benefit from the social media angle.
Mark Keane's comment, December 3, 2012 9:49 AM
The use of social media for learning is essential, particularly in secondary (high schools). Too many teens are engaged with social media, for fast periods of time, with no return on their investment. Schools and their pupil's would benefit from the social media angle.
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10 Brain-Based Learning Laws That Trump Traditional Education

10 Brain-Based Learning Laws That Trump Traditional Education | BYOD iPads | Scoop.it
A learning trump card is one that reigns over more established education practices. When one strategy trumps another, it means that it is a better way of learning.
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Laptops in class: Distractions or tools?

Laptops in class: Distractions or tools? | BYOD iPads | Scoop.it

For some students, laptops trump pen and paper in the classroom, but students and teachers agree that whatever the choice of tools, it’s important to exercise self-discipline to get the most out of the learning experience.


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Peita Rocard
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