An Apple for the Teacher. How the iPad is changing the learning landscape.
How the iPad is changing the learning landscape
The introduction of iPads has engaged and enthused staff and learners. Whether teachers have access to one or thirty iPads they can make learning multi-dimensional, enabling students to move from effective research, to improving their presentation skills, and (most important of all) creating. With apps to cover every area of Bloom's Taxonomy iPads are helping to develop workplace skills.
Lead Practitioner for Media Rich Learning Isca College of Media Arts
(Apple Regional Training Centre)
Photo from cnet.com live blog
Year 8 French lesson
"The iPad has helped me to make links in my learning. I understand topics in more depth than I would with a text book"
Michael, Year 9
"French is the best lesson as you get to use the iPads! We don't use the iPads for fun and games, we use them for educational purposes such as research"
Dean, Year 7
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Eastham, MA, USA
"Pupils apply their creative skills in multimedia, animation, video and sound well"
"...imaginative use of tablet computers is made... to motivate and challenge students"