7 Strategies for iPads and iPods in the (Math) Classroom -- THE Journal | Ipads in school SHS | Scoop.it

"Touch devices--such as iPods and iPads--represent a fundamental change in computing. They are unobtrusive, powerful, and intuitive devices that support authentic acts of learning through exploration, collaboration, consolidation, creation, and communication. Although the ideal may be a 1-to-1 deployment, even a single device can have a positive impact."

Via John Evans, Edgar Salmingo, Jr.