Monthly Archives: December 2012

10 things I think I think about education

After finally having the opportunity to bring tablet technology into my school and seeing heir impact on learners of all ages, I am taking some time to reflect on some of my beliefs about education: 10 things I think I … Continue reading

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iPads day 30 – crossing generations

Truly a roller coaster of positive emotions today as I was able to see and reflect on how technology can make a difference in learning. 🙂 happy face for using iPads and an old iBook to pull together our Christmas … Continue reading

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iPads day 29 – why I love to carpool

When you live and work in a district made up of many small communities it is only natural that many times commuting is part if the daily routine. I am fortunate that I ride to school with a wise veteran … Continue reading

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iPads day 28 – expanding thinking

Today there were a couple of conversations that made me smile about seeing how technology can have a positive impact on education (and one cry for the ‘good old days): Positive 1: a conversation with my school librarian who used … Continue reading

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iPads day 27 –

The technology integration at school continues. We have moved the concert music onto both an iPod touch and iPad. We are also recording the main characters acting their roles on the ipad, using iMovie to edit it and then we … Continue reading

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iPads day 26 – multi tool

Sometimes it’s neat just to see how many functions the iPads really have. Today we had a guest presenter working with the whole school and when she arrived she realized that she had not asked me if I had any … Continue reading

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iPads day 25 – spreading

Today we saw the sphere of influence from our school start to spread on 3 levels: Within the school the ‘early adopters’ and those gaining the greatest confidence in using the iPads are being asked to share ‘how to do … Continue reading

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