Monthly Archives: November 2011

Lakewood High School: Recap

After letting the dust settle on Mike Fellows’ Parts of the Cell project at Lakewood High School in Arlington, Washington, several things became apparent to me. The students didn’t have enough time with the iPads. There were only two classroom … Continue reading

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Lakewood High School

Mike Fellows at Lakewood High School allowed us at SEP to pilot our Google sponsored iPad Project with his class.  This was not only a trial to determine whether or not iPads are as viable as I thought they were … Continue reading

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iPad Potential

I see potential for a powerful personal education tool.  Gone are the days of “losing” your homework or not being able to refer back to a particular worksheet in order to complete an assignment.  The iPad gives you the ability … Continue reading

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App Review: HudsonAlpha iCell

HudsonAlpha iCell is a basic educational app that gives a pretty sharp 3d model of the three different types of cells: Animal, Plant, and Bacterial. When you click on the type of cell you want to learn more about the … Continue reading

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The Center School

I was able to visit Rachel Zupke’s Classroom at the Center School in Seattle to see her use her newly acquired iPads.  Her experience with the iPads is as new as ours here at SEP and I wanted to be … Continue reading

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