iPads in Education

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June 2010 Blog Posts (2)

Maybe we should embrace sharing... ?

One of the more significant problems we're facing in our iPad pilot program is that we have to share the iPads between classes and students. As iPads don't have any login procedure it raises issues or privacy and security. Can one student access the documents of another student? Also, there's no native browser support for Google Docs. While we can use one of the apps that supports Google Docs (Office Pro and Documents To Go are two of the better apps) they require you to set up… Continue

Added by Sam Gliksman on June 4, 2010 at 12:20pm — 2 Comments

My Pre-Ipad Evaluation

One of our school division goals is to make laptops/netbooks/computers accessible to grade 9-12 students on a 1-1 basis.

At our annual planning day, our staff felt that we needed to focus on the K-8 area as well, because technology is typically not as available to them. We considered both ipads and netbooks.

After speaking to our technology resource director, he suggested that we consider piloting a pod of ipads/netbooks in the classroom. As a result, I spent a fair… Continue

Added by Mark Waldner on June 4, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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