From Auburn, Maine School Committee Meeting on the decision to purchase iPads in kindergarten classroom. I found this here.
Entries Tagged as 'iPad'
November 11, 2011 · No Comments · iPad in Education
November 7, 2011 · 1 Comment · Miscellaneous, reflecting
I was here reading about keeping a balance in our personal and professional life: to connect or not connect. Work can usually go with me and be a part of me 24/7 with my iPad, blog, twitter, Google Reader, etc. When I am not connected to work or researching my professional curiosities, or reading or [...]
November 5, 2011 · No Comments · literacy, video, writing, Writing Worksop
Robert Pronovost uses grant-funded iPads to teach his 2nd graders about the elements of good storytelling. This make me think about the work of Katie Wood Ray. Visit this post: Katie Wood Ray- In Pictures and In Words.
November 4, 2011 · No Comments · iPad in Education
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano and Mike Fisher had the opportunity to visit Steve Wilmarth and his 1:1 iPad initiative at the Number 1 Middle School attached to Central China Normal University in Wuhan, China. This mini-documentary video is the result of their visit.
November 2, 2011 · No Comments · iPad in Education
This video features the process of students using iOS devices (iPad, iPod Touch) to help build reading fluency skills. Students in the classroom use “The 3 R’s” — reread, record and reflect, to help build meta cognitive behaviors to asses their own literacy.
November 1, 2011 · No Comments · iPad in Education
In this video you’ll see how a first grade classroom uses the iPad to learn literacy skills.