Ipads in Education NZ and BYOD
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Apps in Education: iPad Picture Dictionaries

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Apps in Education: iPad Picture Dictionaries http://t.co/wxgNAhac17 #kinderchat #edtech #ipaded

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5 Ways Classrooms Can Learn From Mobile Apps

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Mobile phones have historically been banned from the classroom and seen as a distraction to education. But with new developments in education apps, there are some…...


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BYOD in Schools Pros and Cons

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What are the arguments in favour of and against Bring Your Own Device initiatives in school (from contributions to #edchat 25/10/2011)...


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Six Examples of iPad Integration in the 1:1 Classroom

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In this post, Amdy outlines some great lessons that take advantage of the iPad, but there's no reason they can't inspire similar lessons In a BYOT environment. From the article:

"At Burlington High School in Burlington, MA, we are entering our eighth month of a 1:1 iPad initiative that began in September 2011. Don't get me wrong, we think the iPad is a great device for learning and gives each of our students a dynamic learning tool that can be used across the content areas and to accomplish a variety of tasks. Many of the critics claim that we are backing our students into a corner by giving them one brand and one skill set to learn exclusively on one device. This is not the case at Burlington. Furthermore, I have support."


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iPads in the Classroom

"At DonorsChoose.org we have noticed a recent trend in technology-based project requests. Teachers recognize that we live in an age of information and are excited to bring items such as iPads, laptops, iPods, and Kindles into their classrooms. Eric Crouch of Columbus, GA created a video about how he uses iPads to engage his first grade students. Take a peek into Mr. Crouch’s classroom as he discusses the benefits of learning through iPads."


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Bailey White's curator insight, March 27, 2013 8:51 AM

great to see Columbus, Georgia featured.

Ricky Rodriguez's curator insight, October 17, 2015 5:12 PM

It is amazing how now a days 1st graders are utilizing technology with such ease. The teachers thinking about "control" in the classroom is indicative of a new generation of educators.

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How iPads can support, extend and assess learning - Innovate My School

How iPads can support, extend and assess learning - Innovate My School | Ipads in Education NZ and BYOD | Scoop.it
Tried and tested, and proving incredibly successful, these simple ways of integrating iPads into a lesson helps to keep pupils focused, organised, and engaged with their learning.

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JEBasnett's curator insight, January 6, 2014 5:49 PM

some useful ideas here on using ipads in classroom

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Learning To Learn: 7 Dimensions Of Effective Learning

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Learning To Learn: 7 Dimensions Of Effective Learning from TeachThought

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Gust MEES's curator insight, April 13, 2013 7:13 PM

 

I love it...

 

Check ALSO:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=L2L

 

 

Allan Shaw's curator insight, April 14, 2013 6:55 PM

"The shift is from learning content to learning how to learn.

The takeaways for teachers probably start with the role of the student in the learning process: voice, choice, personalization, self-direction, project-based learning, and other low-hanging fruit of current trends in learning.

Bigger picture, the conclusions are probably more directed with educational structures, the form of curriculum, and school design."

The micro needs to be worked on in school. The macro needs to be addressed by school and system leaders. Thanks Gust!

Stephen Gwilliam's curator insight, April 16, 2013 10:23 PM

Could you add any more dimensions to this list? How about applying a Field Force Tool at a staff meeting?

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Speak-up 2011 National Findings

This Project Tomorrow Speakup report is worth a read for those interested in BYOT, mobile learning, and self-direted learners: 56% middle school students, 59% high school students would like to use their own mobile devices at school.

 

Let's listen to those students, shall we?

 

Thank you to Karen Greenwood Henke (@nimblepress) for sharing it on #BYOTchat


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Stacey Marten's curator insight, March 11, 2013 12:45 AM

Jeremy Angoff has been at this for longer than I have. These are some positive figures for supporting BYOD or T programs in schools. Thank you.

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8 Studies Show iPads in the Classroom Improve Education

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Check out just how much of an influence studies show iPads in the classroom are having on education.

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Kristina Hollis's curator insight, June 1, 2013 2:12 AM

Great to see data and stats on the improvements iPads can bring to the classroom