iPads in Schools
I recently bought with my own money a Google Nexus 7 and have so far spent a week with it. I'm trying my very hardest to be objective and ignore all my previous experiences with Android (which go back to the original Nexus phone). Thoughts on the Google Nexus 7
The most popular post I have ever written is about the SAMR model which I wrote in March 2010 following the Apple World Leadership Summit in Prague. As this post has been viewed thousands of times since then, I thought I'd repost it because some of the new readers to this blog may not have seen it. This post was originally based on a presentation called Strive for Transformation by Stephanie Hamilton of Apple. This post will form part of a series where I'm looking back at previous popular blog posts. 10 of the best: Thinking about the SAMR Model
15 January 2012Last updated at 12:14 GMT By Philippa Roxby Health reporter, BBC News Technology has completely and utterly changed Veronica's life. "She has gone from being a little girl who had no way of showing us how much she knew, to a little girl who now has a portable device she can laugh, play and engage with," says her mother Sam Rospigliosi, from Edinburgh. "Who knows, she might even use it as her voice in the years ahead if she never learns how to speak again." Veronica is six years old and severely affected by autism. She has significant learning difficulties and finds many social situations very difficult. Are apps the key to revolutionising autism learning?
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I've recently had the opportunity to email, Skype or visit with many schools interested in the iPad. How the iPad Wants to be Used
There was a time when iTunes U was just a section of the iTunes store where you could download audio and videos. Driving the Classroom with iTunes U
A Workable Model for sub-1:1 iPad Use The iPad is designed to be owned and not shared. It is a personal device. This isn't Apple screwing you over or ripping you off.
iPad for Education
iPads in Education
Teaching with Ipads
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