If you own a first generation iPad, it’s likely you were disappointed with the release of the new iPhoto and iMovie for iOS, both of which are designed for newer devices, leaving your poor cameraless 2010 tablets in the dust.
Inspired by the magnificent edu-tweeter @ShellTerrell, I wanted to share a few of the great ways she and her fellow tweeps plan on using the new iPad in the classroom. I love crowdsourcing this kind of information. I’ve taken the liberty of using some of the many tweets and enhancing them to give a better idea about the actual way to use the iPad in the classroom.
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