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When iPads first arrived in classrooms, learners and educators alike found themselves drawn to the visual beauty of the device. The apps inspired the imagination. Tech has come a long way from the first apps that attracted our attention. With thousands of available tools for classroom instruction, iPads engage learners in learning in ways that traditional methods cannot, especially when educators incorporate activities like anonymous polling and screencasting. When educators
You expect the educators at school to know a lot about your kid. After all, educators are with their learners for 6 to 7 hours a day, five days a week. They come to know who’s their learners are and how they learn. Educators know how every kid performs on every formative and summative assessment. But that’s not the only info that schools collect on the learners in their buildings.
By Nell Gluckman California institutions will start requiring availability next year, and Massachusetts lawmakers are expected to vote on similar legislation.
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