Increased attention at both the local and national levels on improving student learning has resulted in a growing expectation in some states and districts for principals to be effective instructional ...
A long-term future focus is the one quality that distinguishes good leaders from great leaders. People expect their leaders set direction and have a focus on the future. However, the sad reality is that many leaders are too focused on the present and spend little time thinking about the future. One …
The Apple Keynote 2015 edition happened on 9/9/15 in the legendary Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Monster announcements were made across several of the Apple products. However, the unveiling of an all new iPad Pro got every spectator on the edge of their seats as one-after-another Apple demonstrated the glory of their tablet device. When it comes to devices for learning and teaching in classroom, I am a big fan of the iPad. The excellent quality display features, graphics, anywhere, anytime truly mobile learning solutions offered by this tablet with a lucid, highly responsive MultiTouch experience and App Store’s unlimited productivity, creativity and teaching-learning oriented solutions have made iPad an irresistible education technology tool for all educators. When Apple released its first ever iPad it might not have the huge diversity and potential that this tablet device could offer. Tim Cook himself admitted to being amazed at the diverse ways in which people had used the iPad. He called it Apple’s vision for the future of personal computing.
Since its five years of inception, iPad has truly transformed the way we create, the way we learn, and the way we work. And the all new iPad Pro is all set to take the create-work-learn paradigm to an all new level.
Austin Community College transformed an aging shopping mall into a revitalized campus hub and high-tech learning lab.
Kelly Christopherson's insight:
I often wondered what would happen if you took students out of schools and shifted the learning to different places like a mall or office-type building where there were open areas, work areas and places for presentations. We have such a narrow vision of what a school should look like that it inhibits how we envision learning to be.
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