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Subject: Re: 1 to 1 in second level
From: pixievondust <marie.bo...@gmail.com>
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I think the 1 to 3/4 works well for laptops/desktops but the iPad is
mostly a personal device and a recent study (I have to dig it up)
seemed to suggest that it wasn't good in the classroom *because*
children couldn't take it home, personalise it and make it their own.
If they can share while taking their own devices home and retaining
autonomy in that sense then I'd agree. In an ideal world of course
children would be mixing team building skills, group work centred
around laptop/IWB/blackboard/piece of paper and independent learning
with their own personal devices. Time to dump the individual desks
lined up in rows I think.
On Mar 29, 8:18=A0am, Emer <emer.now...@gmail.com> wrote:
> From a tweet from Stephen Heppell - who suggests that 1 (laptop) to 3
> or 4 (students) might be better than 1 to 1:
> Don't need one child per iPad . Learning comes from the conversations
> around these deviceshttp://tinyurl.com/48qfsha
> I'm inclined to agree generally that students learn best grouped
> around a device together - and develop all kinds of other skills at
> the same time - but I can see the value in 1 to 1 for certain
> On Mar 28, 8:33=A0pm, John Hennessy <john...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks to all for contributions
> > All the best
> > John He
> > On Mar 25, 12:23=A0am, Adrienne Webb <awebb1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi John
> > > I've just come across this site in a tweet and think it might be what=
> > > are looking for.
> > >http://1to1schools.net/
> > > Cheers
> > > Adrienne
> > > On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 2:48 PM, John Hennessy <john...@gmail.com> wr=
> > > > Hi All
> > > > As a teacher in school I'm looking for some help. I know there are =
> > > > some 1 to 1 projects in progress. I'm interested in any work on 1 t=
> > > > at second level (whole school / junior / TY / leaving) in Ireland o=
> > > > elsewhere. Interested especially in personal experiences, general
> > > > points and rationale for or against.
> > > > Any research references would also be useful.
> > > > I don't recall much on this in CESI list but may have missed a ton.
> > > > Thanks
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