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Obvious engagement of both sets of learners Excitement in wanting to share their learning with others Ease of feedback from others (quick text message or audio recording) Survival of the Implementation Dip
Theres also some early evidence that an iPad could provide a more engaging learning experience and might even improve student performance. Overall, the iPad enhanced student learning of my spring, 2012 course. The iPad provided students an opportunity to research and locate information “on-the-spot” as needed for class activities and provided them a convenient means to write brief messages and asses each other’s work.
Juggling a sense of “haves” and “have nots” among staff/students. Relying too heavily on the technology ~ Which skills may not be taught as effectively? Ultimately students in grade 3 will need to demonstrate their learning on EQAO with paper and pencil.
Will increased use of hand-held devices improve student learning? How will we ultimately measure the success of the iPod and iPad projects? Should we be looking at allocating additional funds to the area of hand-held devices vs. computers? What additional staff professional learning is required?
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