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I am president of Interactive Elementary, a company specializing in building educational applications for the iPad. I am also an elementary school teacher. I believe tablet technology will play a very important role in education reform over the next decade. I am very excited to be a part of this at the ground level.
Middle School Math and My Editing Buddy
Currently we have two products, Middle School Math and My Editing Buddy, available on the App Store. I am very interested to connect with fellow educators to learn how these products can evolve.
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Are you an elementary or middle school teacher ? No matter really, just curious. Lots of questions: Wondering what you are using to code for iPad apps. I will go have a look at the store. I appreciate you being in touch. I teach middle at a K-12 independent school. WE were the first in KY to start a 1:1 laptop program in HS, and continue to consider 1:1 in MS.
Doing an iPad pilot of sorts now-- really just inviting kids to bring in their devices, communicating with parents in a monthly newsletter. Started with seven kids who got them from Santa last year, and by Spring 40 kids were bringing them to school. I think it will be a good way to go, and this iPads in Ed site has been a terrific help.
Dave, I teach at K-12 International School of approx. 1600 students. We have a pilot program of 25 1st gen ipads.( this began 1 month before the end of school last year). We have been working towards a 1:1 program for a few years, beefing up our network infrastructure to cope. Malaysia network speeds are not too solid.
Hi Dave, Thank you for the welcome and the friend add. That news piece is very disappointing. I know from my PLN that is hasn't been very well received but we'll win hearts and minds with the proof being in the pudding. Here's to the iPad!