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iPad 110 – Stakeholders

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Involving all stakeholders in any large scale school project is really important and it’s essential to remember this. Parents are no exception. I wouldn’t say that we got everything right with what we did but certainly, involving parents in the project is something you should definitely do. It’s particularly crucial…

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iPad 109 – mirroring

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I often get asked the question about mirroring your iPad and how you do it. Mirroring is the process of getting whatever is on your iPad screen on to a projector in your classroom or a TV / monitor elsewhere. There are a number of ways in which this can be…

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iPad 108 – staff

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I don’t profess to have all of the answers with any of this, all I’m trying to do is share what seems to have worked for me (although colleagues could tell me otherwise!). I’ve found engaging with staff is something which is really important. Ripples created by conversations about apps and learning…

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iPad 107 – trialling

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Trying out how you’re going to work with mobile technology in your organisation BEFORE you get a load of technology in is another key area to explore. I regularly receive contacts from people who’ve been given a class set of iPads, an Apple TV and then ask me “what do I…

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iPad 106 – infrastructure

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If you’re thinking about embedding mobile technology in your school, getting decent Wi-Fi within your school is critical. I don’t pretend to be a Wi-Fi officianado. I’m not. I’ll leave that to the experts. But know this, it is absolutely key that Wi-Fi within your organisation is fast, reliable, flexible,…

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iPad 104 – the learning

By CPD, iPad, T & L 14 Comments

Innovative uses of technology are fantastic but at its core, the daily business of using technology to support learning has to be based around sound thinking and critical pedagogy. Are the foundations there to build transformational learning opportunities? Do the staff (and students) have the skills in order for them…

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