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To create a paperless learning environment, with a creativity tool and textbook tool combined, our campus has deployed 1:1 iPads for a pilot of 11th/12th graders/teachers. Documents can be exchanged paperlessly, students have built in access to movie creation, photo creation, project creation, and online textbooks, library materials, e-books, etc. can all be accessed from one very portable device. It has improved efficiency...
I have been using this app for formative assessment in my class, PICK ME! I have been terrible at randomizing my student participation and getting ALL students involved. I started using this app that randomly selects the student for me. Then I can record whether or not the student got the answer correct or incorrect. It's great because I can share that info with their parents with one click, via email. If you struggle...
My students are my district's pilot program for using iPads in the classroom. When Apple introduced iBooks author, I reinvented a project that I had assigned in the past and it turned out to be outstanding.
Using iBooks Author, I was able to have students each create a chapter of a book that was compiled and shared with the class and their parents. This technology enabled students to really bring mathematics to...