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iPads as a tool to enhance education
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8 Great Free Web Resources Focused on Using the iPad in Education | Emerging Education Technology

8 Great Free Web Resources Focused on Using the iPad in Education | Emerging Education Technology | IPADS ENHANCING EDUCATION | Scoop.it
Some of the Internet's best resources dedicated exclusively to educational uses of the iPad.
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Kathy Schrock's Bloomin' Apps

Kathy Schrock's Bloomin' Apps | IPADS ENHANCING EDUCATION | Scoop.it
Includes all the Bloomin' versions in one place!

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How the iPad Can Transform Classroom Learning

How the iPad Can Transform Classroom Learning | IPADS ENHANCING EDUCATION | Scoop.it

"The micro-computer revolution of the 80's radically improved how teachers and schools carry on the business of learning. We now have iPads in classrooms that will not only improve it, but it has the potential to change the business of learning in schools. The question is, "Are teachers ready to adjust their teaching for this new learning revolution?""


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Teachers Guide on The Use of iPad in education

Teachers Guide on The Use of iPad in education | IPADS ENHANCING EDUCATION | Scoop.it

This brief guide gives good reasons and tips with videos.

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No more books? Cathedral High School requires students to buy iPads

No more books? Cathedral High School requires students to buy iPads | IPADS ENHANCING EDUCATION | Scoop.it
The move for Cathedral to require its students to purchase iPads is the culmination of four years of upgrading the school's wireless networks and classroom technology and hopes to go book-free by 2016.

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