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Focusing only on content apps – Some teachers think iPads are useless if apps in their subject area aren’t available.
Treating iPads like computers or laptops – “iPads are devices meant to complement computers, not replace them,” says Daccord. iPads simply don’t have equivalent functionality. They are best for helping students (especially young students) kinesthetically connect with their work by zooming, rotating, pinching, or swiping. iPads can also be used to take pictures, record audio, and shoot video.
Having multiple students use an iPad at the same time – “Carts that rotate through several classrooms force teachers to take time away from learning, create a nightmare of student accounts, and often focus attention on workflow systems rather than learning,” says Daccord.
Not explaining why we bought all those iPads – “Letting the purchase speak for itself isn’t enough,” says Daccord. “Districts need to explain why they’ve invested in these devices.” Five Ways to Waste the Potential of Classroom iPads: “5 Critical Mistakes Schools Make With iPads (and How to Correct Them)” by Tom Daccord in Edudemic, Sept. 27, 2012 "iPads in Schools:
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