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NCTIES 2011 session.
iPads are fun and easy to use, but are they productive? Will they be the next generation of hardware for 1:1? In this session we will discuss the pros and cons of using iPads, their uses compared to laptops as well as how they are currently being used in the classroom. Which hardware will reign supreme? You decide!
We are now at the stage where the iPad is embedded in the way we do business at the school. When we first started, we thought we could guard against misuse by threatening to take away the child’s iPad for a day or so. It turns out that doing so would now completely break the school day for that child. We might as well make them sit in the hallway and face the wall for the entire day. I did not expect that we would reach that point so soon.<br />
"I can do 90% of what I need to accomplish on my iPad. My laptop has been relegated to sitting on my desk at work. I only use it when I need to do something more suited to the desktop environment."<br /> http://timemanagementninja.com/2010/05/how-the-ipad-replaced-my-laptop-in-30-days/<br />
The iPad does some things VERY well, and other things not at all. Are you willing to sacrifice what you can't do with an iPad, with what you can do?<br />
Maybe we need to think about it as a completely different kind of instructional tool<br />
"It became clear during the short extent of our study thus far the power of the device for libraries, mobile data collection, for small group work, and for special needs students. It’s not like a laptop in those situations, but more like a completely different type of instructional tool–because it is so much more mobile and because of the screen profile and touch screen."<br /> http://futura.edublogs.org/2010/11/06/preliminary-results-ipads-in-classroom-and-libraries/<br />