In the rush to get tablets into the hands of our students are we forgetting the principals of good planning that we’ve built up over the last 20 years?
Does a device that continually takes snapshots of a student’s day have any place in schools?
Google launched Chrome apps for the desktop way back in September 2013. This new breed of software can run anywhere Chrome is installed, and it’s soon to be available for mobile operating systems as well.
Foldr is your school’s own locally hosted Dropbox that makes accessing and saving student work on iPads really simple.
The Datawind UbiSlate 7Ci is the offspring of an Indian project run to produce a low cost tablet for schools. The tablet has now been released in the UK at a price point that makes it almost disposable.