How one-to-one iPad program has changed teaching, learning in N.H. district

06/9/2013 | Concord Monitor (N.H.)

One year into a one-to-one iPad program, educators in a New Hampshire district say the devices have had a positive effect -- giving teachers a better idea of how students learn and engaging students in lessons. When using the devices, educators seek to have students "show what you know" and adhere to three criteria in selecting applications for the classroom. Officials also say that professional development for teachers is a key part of the program's success.

View Full Article in:

Concord Monitor (N.H.)

Published in Briefs:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Education

Job Title Company Location
Learning Assessment Specialist at India's Leading K12 Education Enterprise
XSEED Education (India)
Gurgaon (New Delhi Area)
RFP Specialist, Contract Position
ASCD
Alexandria, VA
Program Officer, Teacher Development
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
Moorestown, NJ
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH AND CULTURE
BOULDER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Boulder, CO
DIRECTOR OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
BOULDER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Boulder, CO