Technology Uses in the Classroom for Newbies!
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Technology applications in the elementary classroom used to motivate and engage all types of learners
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Using the iPad as an Alternative to the Interactive Whiteboard

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In preparation for the arrival of iPad to Projector VGA cables for all classrooms at the school I work at, I have been busy trying out different ways to use the iPad with the whole class via my projector...


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Bloomin' iPad by Kathy Schrock

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RT @MoodleMcKean: Bloomin' iPad by Kathy Schrock - iPad Apps to Support Bloom's http://bit.ly/njvJxP #iPad #mlearning #Apps #edapp #pedagogy #lrnchat #edchat...

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Educreations

Educreations | Technology Uses in the Classroom for Newbies! | Scoop.it
Teach what you know. Learn what you don't. Create and share great video lessons with your iPad or browser.

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Alessio Manca's comment, December 23, 2011 4:20 AM
Great App many many thanks!
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Michigan school district buys iPads for high-schoolers

Michigan school district buys iPads for high-schoolers | Technology Uses in the Classroom for Newbies! | Scoop.it

Students are no longer giving educators an apple. Instead, public educators are now giving student Apples worth more than $500.

 

According to USA Today, Zeeland Public Schools in western Michigan has decided to give an iPad to every one of its 1,800 high school students as part of a new program. Educators’ longer-term plan is for every student in grades 3–12 to have an iPad in their hands.

 


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