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  1. iPads in the Classroom What the Research Says Dr Wilma Clark, London Knowledge Lab 25 Jan 2013 iPads in the Classroom, LKL

  2. Drivers for Adoption • Government-led • South Korea • USA – McAllen Texas • Industry-led • South Korea, N. Ireland (Samsung) • USA, UK (Apple) • Research-led • Scotland • Cedar School • England • Longfield Academy, Kent • Honywood Community School, Essex • Wallace High School, Belfast • School-led • Essa Academy, Bolton • Clevedon Community School, Bristol

  3. Stakeholders Teachers School Managers • School Improvement • Infrastructure • Training • Funding • Teaching • Learning • Student Engagement • Parental Engagement Parents Students

  4. Classroom (and beyond) • Pedagogy • Models – adoption/use • School policies • Access • Action Research • Technology • Tools • Apps • Infrastructure • Management • Attitudes/Perceptions

  5. Industry • Apple • Currently leading the field • Wide range of apps • Connecting across contexts (layers of education and formal/informal learning • Tailoring for education (broad context) • iTunesU • iBook (textbooks, Study Partner) • iBooks Author • Samsung • Android Apps • Samsung Smart School Solution (SMS, SIM, LMS)

  6. Longfield (Planning for Change) • Develop a clear vision and strategy. • Define your learning culture. • Define and create your user experience and support model. • Work with a traffic light and reporting system. • Evaluate your existing position. • Know how many staff/students already own an iOS device. • Involve all stakeholders – don’t let a perception grow that it is a ‘done deal’. • Get devices into the hands of teachers and learners as soon as possible. • Record and share your experiences.

  7. Future of Learning with Post-PC Tablets • Short-Term • What’s the situation now? • What are the existing contexts (school, industry, market, policy) • Where do you want to go? • How will you get there? • Who needs to have a say? • Mid-Term • What can/should you implement? • How should it be done? • How can you track/evaluate success? • Long-Term • How can you keep tabs on emerging technologies? • How can you make persistent links between pedagogy and technology? • How can you anticipate future needs?

  8. Discussion Over to you...