Monthly Archives: April 2012

5 Tips to Prepare Teachers for 1:1 iPad Projects

After talking to many of my colleagues over the last few days, I realize there are many schools looking at some version of iPad deployment and they want to do it right. In order for the iPad to be a … Continue reading

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iPad 1:1 Means Freezer Bags, Charging Stations and Lots of Cases

At South Belton Middle School where we issue an iPad 2 to every student, we have discovered that protecting the device requires forethought and a couple of extras. Our wonderful instructional facilitator, Kevin Rasco, realized on the first rainy day … Continue reading

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