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Apple Inc launched such a wonderful device called iPhone. The iPhone runs on Apple’s Mac OS X operating system. Since the release of iPhone it’s become extremely popular in all over the world due to its amazing features and lots of built in apps.
"While attending the April 2013 EdTech Teacher iPad Summit, Greg Kulowiec introduced me to "All the Good Apps Fit on One Screen" http://bit.ly/14xW27q ; during his keynote. Taking that idea, I've moved all of my favorite and/or most used apps to my home screen. As apps change, this site will be updated. Links to all of the apps can be found at the bottom of the page."
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Last April, near the end of the year I spent observing their classroom for a book I'm writing about school choice in Washington, D.C., I watched the third graders of Bancroft Elementary School run off their lunch on the playground before a final afternoon of preparation for the city's high-stakes standardized exam, the DC-CAS.
Their teacher, Rebecca Lebowitz, sat next to me. I asked her what it felt like to teach in a system that placed such high stakes on a single test. "I think the emphasis we place on this test is out of proportion," she said as her students began lining up to head back inside. "But I also think as long as the teachers aren't overly nervous, the kids won't be, either. We're playing the game so they can be players in the game."
I was reminded of Ms. Lebowitz's observations yesterday, when the District of Columbia's parallel school systems - its centralized district of neighborhood schools, and its decentralized network of charter schools - issued parallel press releases in which each side touted its own respective rise in DC-CAS scores.
These pronouncements of victory beg an essential question, and it's one I think we have yet to sufficiently answer: When it comes to evaluating the overall health of a school - whether you're a prospective parent or a state agency - which data is most relevant, and why?
The Los Angeles Unified School District's recent decision to provide each of its 600,000 plus students with an iPad makes sense. The technology drumbeat is growing louder and louder. Training children to use the tools of their future is a must, and the LAUSD is smart to take a proactive approach.
But as the technology revolution proceeds in the classroom, a critical piece of the equation must not be overlooked: the effect on the home. The iPads that L.A. school kids will receive are not going to sleep in a school locker at the end of each day. The iPad is coming home."
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