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IPOD TOUCH

USED IN SCHOOLS
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charanpal uppal

on 26 March 2010

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Transcript of IPOD TOUCH

Books, paper and pens are considered
necessary school supplies. Now, so is an
iPod touch or an iPhone
some students may not be truested and may use the iphone for their own personal use.
students can easily get distracted and may be on the iphone when they should be paying attention to the teacher.
iphone's are very expensive and if stuedents are required to have one it could be very costly for the parents. + However Did you know? iPhone used by Japanese school to keep track of students and their attendance = some students may not be truested and may use the iphone for their own personal use.students can easily get distracted and may be on the iphone when they should be paying attention to the teacher.iphone's are very expensive and if stuedents are required to have one it could be very costly for the parents. Disadvantages of using iphone in schools Iphone used in schools Easy acccess to the internet means students can get informaton from the web.
iphone can be used to help students to take notes in class
engage students in realms where they are already comfortable, and we know a lot of students are already familiar with iPhones
ipod have applications such as calculater, stock exchange rates and notpad that could be useful in school Advantages of using iphone in schools The End
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