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Education Week: iPads Become Learning Tools for Students With Disabilities

Education Week: iPads Become Learning Tools for Students With Disabilities | mLearning for K12 | Scoop.it
In a growing number of special education programs, students and teachers are relying on iPads and other tablet computers to pave a smoother path to learning.
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Report says giving iPads to Auburn kindergartners increases test scores

Report says giving iPads to Auburn kindergartners increases test scores | mLearning for K12 | Scoop.it
AUBURN, Maine — Kindergartner David Hall worked on math on his iPad Wednesday morning. Playing “Feed the Hippos Hot Peppers,” the Sherwood Heights Elementary pupil counted aloud as his fingers moved peppers into a hippo’s mouth.
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Mobile Devices in the Classroom | District Administration Magazine

Mobile Devices in the Classroom | District Administration Magazine | mLearning for K12 | Scoop.it
Phones, netbooks and iPods are finding a place in the curriculum and expanding student access to technology.
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I Education Apps Review - I Education Apps Review

I Education Apps Review - I Education Apps Review | mLearning for K12 | Scoop.it
I Education Apps Review believes devices like ITouch / IPhone / IPod have a place in education.
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Infinite Thinking Machine 2.03 - Math-app-alooza

Episode 2.03 is a fun romp through five of our favorite Math Apps: Motion Math, Alge-Bingo, Appolonius, Graphing Calculator, and Wolfram Alpha. Plus it's the...
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Rethinking Testing in the Age of the iPad

Rethinking Testing in the Age of the iPad | mLearning for K12 | Scoop.it
Moving assessments onto mobile devices may open the door to quicker feedback for students and teachers as well as richer data, but integrating them into classrooms can be a challenge.
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How Teachers Make Cell Phones Work in the Classroom

How Teachers Make Cell Phones Work in the Classroom | mLearning for K12 | Scoop.it
In the most ideal class settings, mobile devices disappear into the background, like markers and whiteboards, pencil and paper – not because they’re not being used, but because they’re simply tools.
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