Monday, October 28, 2013

This post is well thought out and reflects on the issues of implementing i-pads. It provides helpful information for those considering or involved in this process. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief.

What to expect when schools launch iPad programs
In this blog post, Jennifer Krzystowczyk describes the process her Nebraska school district used to integrate iPads into classroom instruction. The district purchased sets of 30 iPads for about 16 teachers, according to the instructional technology facilitator. She and others found iPads bring the need for educators to undertake added reflection, pace themselves, deal with obstacles, embrace change, be open to creativity and collaborate. Krzystowczyk's blog (10/23)Bookmark and Share

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