Has having iPads in your classroom changed teaching & learning?
Responses to the question asked in the title using the hashtag #myipad
- — Fab Englishteacher (@fabenglishteach)Mon, Dec 16 2013 12:06:02
- — Sparkling Science (@SparklingSciCPD)Sun, Dec 15 2013 11:51:35Students creating own tutorials, viewing teacher tutorials. differentiation, support & extension #myipad
- — Gavin Smart (@gavinsmart)Sun, Dec 15 2013 11:48:01#myipad iPads have empowered my students they have developed an array of transferable skills & shared their knowledge with the world!
- — Tess Maths (@tessmaths)Sun, Dec 15 2013 10:37:57
- — Daniel Harvey (@danielharvey9)Sun, Dec 15 2013 09:48:00
- — Daniel Harvey (@danielharvey9)Sun, Dec 15 2013 09:46:53
- — terry handley (@tezzahandy)Sun, Dec 15 2013 09:43:43#myipad teaching and learning improving. More creativity, greater range of thinking skills, easier tracking, so a big change, more to do.
- — Alison Weston (@CraftyTeacher)Sun, Dec 15 2013 09:43:48
- — terry handley (@tezzahandy)Sun, Dec 15 2013 09:46:18#myipad. Use of camera to capture developing work, field trips, annotating work, skitch, feedback to and from parents. Excited engaged.
- — Alexandra Moore (@Alexandrarmoore)Sun, Dec 15 2013 09:17:13Children sharing their learning at home with their parents and blurring the gap between home and school #myipad
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