Students can develop transferrable knowledge and skills as they engage in learning experiences that require them to construct knowledge. In order to facilitate these types of deep learning experiences, an adjustment in traditional instructional practices is necessary.
"Mirroring (displaying) your iPad through your projector is huge. If you are in the classroom, you want to be to have this seemingly simple tool for instruction. Surprisingly enough, it's taken such a long time to get viable solutions for this indispensable teacher tool."
"Yesterday, I co-presented a workshop with a well respected colleague of mine on special education iPad apps that can be used for reading and writing. It was a one-day workshop that was well attended by local educators who were looking to further integrate the iPad into special education classrooms to help further Language Arts goals for their students."
"... here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning we have a particular focus on iOS apps that work on iPad and we have been featuring some great learning apps pertaining to different subject matters, from Math to Arts and Drawing . Our purpose is to help educators put their hands on the proper educational apps to use with students. We have also compiled another list of new learning apps which you can check below :"
"The iPad has a host of great accessibility features that are built-in to help make the device more accessible for disadvantaged learners. However, today I was asked to think a little bit outside the box. I had a request from one of our consultants that was working with a teacher who wanted to link their iPad with a student’s iPad in real time."
"What we experience in education is a series of ebbs and flows, highs and lows, and waves of the latest craze. There are schools that satisfy every level of the spectrum when it comes to technology, but most sites are finding ways to prepare their students for the 21st century. iPads have become the gold standard in educational technology and hundreds, thousands, of schools are doing everything they can to give their students that opportunity.
The problem that we see is that you're doling out all of this technology without providing in-depth and dedicated training to the staff and students on how to properly implement their new devices in an educational setting. Not only is it a huge cost that you're leaving in the hands of untrained users, but you are also opening yourself up to issues that arise from misuse."
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