Over the next three days I have the pleasure of working with a brilliant group of teachers and administrators in Buckeye Union School District as they launch their Chromebook pilot project. As a collective group we will focus our conversation on how we can use these tools for digital composition across all subject areas in […]
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Should you bargain hunt? What about digital textbooks and multimedia creation? Here are the important considerations you should think about before you choose an iPad or Google Chromebook for your instruction.
As many of you know, back in November I wrote a post about the simultaneous implementation of Chromebooks and iPads at one of our school sites. Just as I mentioned in that post, there was never an intent for a comparison to develop between these two tools. In my district we recognize that one size does not fit all and provide opportunities for […]
I started this collection of posts not because I think there is one perfect tool as much as I believe many educators aren’t sure how different devices can be effectively used for instruction. Only a few years ago schools really didn’t have any technology options under $1000 to consider. However, with the proliferation of netbooks, iPads, and […]
Often when I write a post I really have no idea where it might go. Last Friday morning when I sat down to craft “Can I Trade the iPads for Chromebooks” I really only had a few readers in mind. Via Facebook a few of these close friends, as well as current and former colleagues, […]
UPDATE (3/18/12): In conjunction with this post please also read the second part of the story which I wrote about two months after creating this post, along with the third part of the story. The text you see here was originally crafted in November of 2011 which was a lifetime ago in terms of iPad and Chromebook […]