You just found the first-ever monthly iPad magazine dedicated to education and technology! From the editors at Edudemic.com, the Edudemic Magazine features a monthly look at what's happening in the edtech world. The magazine features interviews, case studies, guides, and news for everyone from kindergarten to medical school.
One of my favorite sources of inspiration, Harold Jarche, has a really interesting post I wanted to point you to about how to organize for diversity and complexity, one of the themes we explore in great detail in Humanize.
"CDW are one of the US’ leading providers of technology and infrastructure to businesses of all sizes. So when they share their latest survey data on tablets – and iPad – adoption in the enterprise with me, I’m interested right away."
Inkling is an e-book publishing platform that's currently running an app on the App Store, and while Apple has been making an official push for more textbooks in iBooks, Inkling is strengthening its own holdings. The company has made a deal with Follett to bring hundreds of Inkling titles into college bookstores, where students can buy the ebook content right there in person
Early Intervention in Autism - 3 Reasons to make TOBY your Partner TOBY empowers parents to deliver therapy TOBY takes learning from the iPad out into a child’s daily life And TOBY adapts to each and every child, adjusting lessons, and customizing learning to the child’s preferences _______________
Developed at Curtin University in partnership with Deakin
Autistic children are showing tremendous improvement after playing fun-filled exercises on iPad which is less stressful and more fun for both the teachers and the students. Below is the list of 10 best iPad applications to give Autism a voice.
ipad education As we continue to incorporate the latest technological advances into every aspect of our daily lives, educators are looking to see how technology can be integrated into the classroom to enhance and expand ...
Spotlight covers the intersections of technology and education, going behind the research to show how digital media is used in and out of classrooms to expand learning. (Can Apps Be Educational For Preschoolers?
"There is a running theme on this blog – ‘it’s not about the device’. I expected this view to be challenged by a visit to Essa Academy in Bolton where they refer to an ‘ecosystem’ using Apple technology. I was prepared for technological practice that would be difficult to comprehend and a new building with an infrastructure we couldn’t hope to replicate. I couldn’t have been more wrong."
When making the move towards using mobile devices in the classroom, there are a number of practical considerations to bear in mind. This article will draw on the experience Darren had this year, in implementing an iPad 1 to 1 scheme.
You know how useful it is in the classroom. You know how fun it can be at home. But what about in a life and death situation? The iPad shines even there, thanks to some fabulous apps that current and future nurses as well as doctors can start using now.
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