ISTE Followup: It’s not an iPad Initiative, It’s a Learning Initiative

July 3, 2013

Home to what may be the largest 1:1 iPad initiative in the United States, McAllen ISD, Texas, understands that bringing 25,000 iPads into a school district doesn’t alone transform learning. However, when the distribution is coordinated as part of an innovative teaching-and-learning framework that leverages technology and challenge-based learning, the initiative can be transformative for an entire community.

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Topics: technology, tablet computing, staff development, education, computers in the classroom, 21st-Century Learner, K-12

Readjusting Our Perspective to Technology

December 5, 2012

By Dr. Ramiro Zuniga

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Topics: technology, tablet computing, staff development, education, computers in the classroom, training, K-12

The iPad's Best Classroom Apps (For Now)

April 15, 2010

Unless you've been living under a rock and that rock has been located on Mars, you've probably noticed some of the hype surrounding Apple's recent release of the iPad. From an education perspective, there's been conversation from the product's announcement that this device could prove to be a game-changer for the classroom.

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Topics: tablet computing, apple, Mobility, computers in the classroom, WHNPS, ipad