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Digital Storytelling can transform your students' writing into a visual masterpiece that is filled with voice and emotion, while enhancing critical thinking skills. The iPad takes digital storytelling to a new level by making the process easier, and even more engaging for students of all grade levels as well as for their teachers.
This post is to explain in detail how we manage application deployment to our iPads. Our system is not perfect, but it does work to a certain level of reliability and it's about as good as we can manage given current tools. We purchase and deploy all the applications centrally.
I recently received an email from a media and tech teacher from a school district in Wisconsin.
Whenever Apple schedules a press event to announce something new the world stops and takes notice. On Thursday, teachers especially will be paying close attention. At 10 a.m.
Even more relevant with the announcement of the iPad 2.
An iTunes account is required to download iPhone/iPod touch applications from the App Store. When you create an account, iTunes asks you for a credit card number to keep on file for purchases. When using iPods in schools, teachers probably don't want to use their personal credit card and schools usually do not have a credit card that can be used for iTunes.
Today, I had the privilege of presenting to a number of teachers at the T3 Retreat held in LCISD! It was a great day and I’m so thankful I was able to be a part of it! I’ll post a recap of this event either tomorrow or early next week, but I did want to share one of the sessions I offered in the best way I could through the blog.
Tuesday 12th February, 2008 If you think that iPods are used just for listening to music, you obviously haven't been keeping up with the latest technology.