An app on its own is like a thinker without thoughts! This blog chronicles the trials and tribulations of 1:1 iPad deployment in a large secondary school and, as such, covers many positives and neg..
Let me explain. All too often I see reference to ‘look how I can present these words across a picture to engage mystudents!’ or ‘Check out how this random name app selects my students.
’ Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure these opportunities have a place as part of the process, but they certainly aren’t a reason to use tablets in the classroom.
===> The power of learning with new technology lies with the teacher and the ability to choose the appropriate tool for the right intention. Moreover, success directly relates to the relationships between learner and educator, and the learner and learning. <===
Via Gust MEES, Nicolás Dominguez