Tag Archive: #iClevedon

Apr 10

Out of the box and into the learning

A reflection by Independent Thinking associate, former Teacher of the Year and tech-for-learning guru¬†David Miller In June this year (2011) I was asked to go to Clevedon School near Bristol (home of the Lazy Teacher Jim Smith) to help launch their ambitious and pioneering experiment to see whether iPads, as mobile learning devices, can expand …

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Apr 08

Evidence

We have gathered much evidence over the course of the last few months which demonstrates how the iPad enhances learning. In order to make this accessible, the site lays out the evidence in a number of ways: Through the use of the Blog roll with links to external sites with information and evidence about how …

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Mar 11

iClevedon iPad trial: Student feedback

So far on the trial we have looked at the following ways of working with the iPads: School leaders having them 24/7 to trial productivity Teachers have a class pack to use with students in varying degrees – sharing & 1:1 and not at all (for comparison) Teachers using them as management tools / content …

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Mar 11

The Clevedon iPad Project

This blog is a site dedicated to the Clevedon School iPad project. Please check here for more information about the trial and the 1:1 project.

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