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A Learning Device for Every Student? – Part I

Start with why My school has always been a pioneer when it comes to integrating technology in the classroom. Previous school leaders envisioned that technology brings major assistance to the instructional activities of teachers and the learning process of the students. So every classroom used to have overhead projectors, we have had laptop carts, iPad“A Learning Device for Every Student? – Part I”

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The Worldwide Apple Distinguished Educators Institute 2016 in Berlijn: Showcases Part II

Yesterday I told you about two great ADE Showcases we saw at the WW ADE Institute in Berlin last week. Today I want to tell you more about two other ADE’s who inspired me with their short presentation. Take your iPads where you teach – Stephanie Thompson Stephanie is a New Zealand teacher working in“The Worldwide Apple Distinguished Educators Institute 2016 in Berlijn: Showcases Part II”

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The Worldwide Apple Distinguished Educators Institute in Berlijn: How can teachers make a dent in the universe?

Last week I attended the Worldwide ADE Institute in Berlin together with 380 other educators from around the globe. This conference is a biannual event Apple hosts for teachers and school leaders they recognize as the best of the best in transforming education with the use of technology in their classes, schools and universities. The“The Worldwide Apple Distinguished Educators Institute in Berlijn: How can teachers make a dent in the universe?”

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Evaluate your tech learning activities with the SAMR-model

It is cool to use technology in class. But all to often computers, tablets and smartphones are only being used for that coolness. The SAMR-model can provide a tool to analyse if the use of technology helps the learning process. This model was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura. SAMR stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification and Redefinition.“Evaluate your tech learning activities with the SAMR-model”

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