Ipads in the Classroom


Ipads in the Classroom

A place where we can share best practices for ipads in the classroom.

App suggestions, management tips, troubleshooting etc.

Members: 86
Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2017

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Ipads in primary/junior classroom to promote crital thinking

Started by Bridget Adrain. Last reply by Susan Taylor-Brady May 9, 2015. 6 Replies

Our team is frustrated with the apps we have purchased.  Most are only trials or they constantly want you to continue to purchase more in app purchases. Many additional free non educational games are…Continue

iPads in Kindergarten

Started by Melissa Burns Apr 21, 2015. 0 Replies

We have been working hard using our iPads in kindergarten. We are finding that they are a great for assessment as they allow students to explain their thinking quickly and easily (we are using…Continue

iPad minis in Kindergarten

Started by Bessie McKinnon May 13, 2014. 0 Replies

Hello all! I have created a power point to show what I have been doing in the Kindergarten class with my project in implementing iPad minis. Bessie…Continue

Engaging students in app selection

Started by Louise LeClair. Last reply by Louise LeClair May 5, 2014. 2 Replies

So, I tried opening this discussion back in November and then forgot to check back about it... I'm not sure why it didn't "take" last time I tried it... Must have been a connection issue. We were…Continue

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Comment by Judith Mullen on April 7, 2014 at 3:37pm

We've just received funding for our 2014-15 TLLP project that focuses on using the LMS and iPads in the elementary blended learning classroom.  I'm really interested in learning about what you have been up to!

Comment by Stacey Purdon on February 24, 2014 at 4:56pm

We have had a bumpy ride getting our iPads formatted and working. But now that we are up and running, we have been able to have our students communicate their math thinking on the Explain Everything App. We are able to post their thinking to our Blog to share with teachers, students and parents. Check it out: Math Blog Corpus Christi

Comment by Bessie McKinnon on January 5, 2014 at 10:10am

Any suggestions for headsets for iPad minis in my kindergarten class?  I have 5 iPad minis and need to get the head sets.

Comment by Lucio Iassogna on December 30, 2013 at 12:01am

Hi Judy in response to "Parents are asking me what apps their children should have on their own devices for practice in math (Grade 3/4) at home. I'm looking for apps that are not drill and kill. Any suggestions?"  Khan academy is where I would start and have. At the elementary school I teach at we are getting all grade 4 to 8 students a login and password and teachers are coaches.  It is very powerful as it can provide personalized learning for each student.  Take a look. Since our provincial math scores took a hit this year we figured this could be something that helps our students in mathematics.

Comment by Vicky Walker on December 22, 2013 at 11:00am

Hi everyone, in reading the comments below, I just wanted to share an info graphic I found last summer that has helped my team a great deal: padwheelposter.pdf

Comment by Vicky Walker on December 22, 2013 at 10:57am

My cart was $2800 plus tax. It comes from Apple Education but is created by a partner company. Message me if you still need this info. 

Comment by Judy Cathcart on November 17, 2013 at 10:21am

We are using i-pad minis in our school, but the focus is on using them for Internet access, writing and to archive their work (video and photos on Google Drive).  Parents are asking me what apps their children should have on their own devices for practice in math (Grade 3/4) at home. I'm looking for apps that are not drill and kill. Any suggestions?

Comment by Louise LeClair on November 8, 2013 at 12:29pm

Hi Everyone,

I'm trying to find information about iPad storage carts... Does anyone know how much a 20 iPad charging cart would cost? Roughly?

Comment by Louise LeClair on November 7, 2013 at 2:51pm

Stacey Purdon, another way to have students submit work to you is via dropbox. If you create a dropbox.com account, students can save work there and you can access it anywhere. It means that everyone needs the account info (an email address and password), but it can be very powerful.

Comment by Louise Robitaille on October 22, 2013 at 5:32pm
Hi Bessie,
We like using 'Explain Everything' 'Felt Board' 'Bugs and Buttons' 'My Story' in the Kindergarten classroom. Louise

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