iPads in the Classroom

As technology begins to direct itself more towards education and learning, the adoption and integration of tablet devices in the classroom, as either replacements for traditional textbooks or additional tools for the curriculum, becomes a pioneering solution in the enhancement of education for students and instructors.

Earlier this fall, The Boston Globe’s Billy Baker reported on the increasing and popular uses of iPads in the classrooms of Cardinal Spellman High School in Brockton, Massachusetts. Each student was issued their very own iPad, making the dramatic move from textbooks and paper assignments, to a more digital and interactive alternative. Some students felt that they were much more organized, engaged, and excited about their learning. Many teachers saw that their students were more collaborative with each other and interactive with their assignments.

Click here for the full article by The Boston Globe.



  1. Using iPad’s in the class rooms is a great development. The digital information strategy is the best way to learn a lot without going through text books

  2. Yeah, I agree that having an iPad is a great help for students as they will not also be carrying lots of books anymore and they can also use it to take down notes and instantly search for something on the internet. We also have co-students here in Microcity Computer College who owns an iPad and use them in their everyday activities.

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