An interview with John Martellaro over at the Mac Observer got me thinking...why can't we get this right?
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I tried...I really tried...but I just had to at least say a few words about my latest acquisition and the implications for ed tech.
If one thing could justify the purchase of a new iPad (at least the $399 iPad 2) for students, it may very well be the Khan Academy app.
I love gear, gadgets, and hardware. Who doesn't? But teachers, students, parents, and administrators need to embrace a learning platform first.
Yes, there are other things happening in ed tech besides new shiny things from Cupertino.
I love hardware as much as the next geek, but solving our ed tech problems will require one heck of an ecosystem; hardware is a tiny piece of the puzzle.
Out of our freak snowstorm comes a real-world test of Tuff-Luv's latest iPad case.
iPads in schools? Great idea, but it can't just be more of the same ol' same ol' with a veneer of tech.
Raise your hand if you're considering an iPad deployment for 1:1 computing. The folks at ISTE seem to think you are.