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EJEL - Volume 8 Issue 2, ECEL 2009 / Mar 2010

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Setting up a cartful or two of iPads

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Pine Glen was very fortunate to receive 60 iPads this school year on two Bretford Power Sync Carts! The Carts will make management of the iPads easier, because they provide a central place to store, recharge, and sync the iPads to the iTunes library on my laptop. It was quite a bit of work to get the iPads ready to go for the students. I made a few mistakes a long the way, but here’s the most efficient method that I’ve found for getting all the iPads up and running in a uniform manner, particularly if you already have a bunch of free apps and apps purchased from the Volume Purchase Program:


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Mary Henderson's comment, September 23, 2011 4:41 AM
I can't imagine the use of this quite yet without there being a real possibility of enough ss owning ipads. Let's wait and see. Mary
Rolf tynan's comment, September 23, 2011 4:55 AM
This is just to remind everyone that there are physical issues aswell as conceptual.
Jamie's comment, October 18, 2011 5:05 AM
So jealous. At the NY center they have a netbook cart, which is really handy. Tablets for 2012; fingers crossed!
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Reflections of a Teacher and Learner: Why my PD wiki failed

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Alas, one year on the website (The TED Teachers’ Network) is unused and hasn’t been added to or accessed for a long time. To be honest, I had forgotten about it until I saw a post on Martin Warter’s blog about a similar problem he had had with his school’s wiki for teachers. That got me thinking about why my attempt had failed - I think reflection of this kind is just as valuable as reflecting on what worked well, if not more so - and here’s what I came up with:


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Mary Henderson's comment, September 23, 2011 5:11 AM
Really useful article. When an idea or concept fails, it is the idea itself that's faulted when it's more to do with the implementation and other factors mentioned above. I think we should get into the habit of blogging (i.e. keeping a diary) when setting up an initiative. The devil's in the detail.