Sunday, April 5, 2015

Not just using iPads, but managing them so that using them is effective and practical

Supporting rank and file teacher colleagues in adopting and deepening an instructional practice that takes advantage of today's technology includes helping them acquire management approaches that make doing so practical and enjoyable... Here's one illustration and opportunity to do so.;F:QS!10100&ShowKey=23704&partnerref=EBLAST& 

Help Teachers Unleash the Power of iPads and Win Back Instructional Time
This event took place on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, 3 to 4 p.m. ET.
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iPads and other Apple devices provide unique access to a vibrant educational ecosystem; one that enables teachers to enhance instruction and enrich the learning environment for their students. Yet as the use of digital learning tools grows, districts and schools face an increasingly complex set of challenges – such as cost, device management, and implementation – that often inhibit efforts aimed at using technology to improve learning.

In this environment, it’s crucial that any iPad, Mac, BYOD, or other technology program be structured to support the district’s core learning goals. With the right strategy and tools, schools can overcome these challenges through simple and sustainable implementation of technology, and focus more time on supporting teachers and improving instruction.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss how educators and administrators are using industry-leading tools and smart strategies to personalize learning, improve classroom management, and gain back valuable instructional time.

This webinar is a must-see for any school or district that is considering the use of, or currently using, iPads or other Apple products to support their teaching and learning goals. Register now to learn how to unleash the power of these tools and drive student achievement.

Dave Saltmarsh, education evangelist, JAMF Software


Nick Thompson, marketing campaign specialist, JAMF Software
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