iPads offer new teaching, learning tools for Concord’s elementary schools

photo by Andrea Morales

The Concord School District purchased 1,250 iPads to split among the three new elementary schools, enough for each student to have his or her own, along with 75 Apple TV display devices and 350 laptops. The two older elementary schools, Broken Ground and Beaver Meadow, have a limited set of iPads, alongside computer and laptop access, and will be upgraded this summer to support more technology. In addition, the district hired four technology integration specialists, including Drolet, to help the teachers bring the technology into their lessons in meaningful and productive ways.

Read the entire article, posted on June 9 by Kathleen Ronayne, in the Concord Monitor at   http://www.concordmonitor.com/home/6768072-95/ipads-offer-new-teaching-learning-tools-for-concords-elementary-schools

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