As the iPad grows more popular, there may be a tendency to place it on a pedestal and create iPad-centric classrooms, offers Nikolaos Chatzopoulos, a fourth-grade teacher in Florida. In this blog post, he suggests that educators ask why to use the iPad in the classroom -- rather than only how to use it. In his own school, Chatzopoulos writes that when using this approach, educators stopped searching for the perfect mobile application and began focusing on more meaningful ways to use iPads to improve teaching and learning.

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