Ed tech has come a long way since that book was written, and this Education Week article by Michelle Davis intensifies our sentiments greatly by stressing the fact that the teacher of today will be moving from digital student to digital ...
JP Hale's insight:
It's not just about the iPad or any other device. Good instructional practices must be in place and the school principal must be an instructional leader that models technology integration when appropriate and effective. This article will get you thinking.
A Principal's Reflections. Education is a reflective practice. This blog provides my views on educational leadership, effective technology integration, best practices, and creating a student-centered learning culture.
The McAllen Independent School District is trying to close its digital divide by distributing thousands of Apple tablet computers in a move that could make it the largest iPads program for students in the U.S.
No doubt, iPads have been changing many classrooms the ways of teaching and learning. Do you like to learn some real stories of using iPads in education? Check out this post composed by www.onlineuniversities.com with 18 stories!
Talk about a revolution. Since Amazon unveiled the first Kindle in 2007, digital devices have dramatically changed the way kids read and even think about books. But it’s less clear how ereaders and tablets will affect libraries and schools. As any librarian who’s dealt with ebook adoption can quickly tell you, “It’s complicated.”
At a recent regional technology directors' meeting, a few colleagues from a district set on deploying iPads in their District, asked a few questions that got me thinking about the following question: If you had to deploy iPads starting soon, what would you do different from the way you did it in the past?