Students at Judkins Middle School in Pismo Beach, Calif., are using iPads instead of pencil and paper to do math, and students and educators say the devices help with engagement, especially for reluctant math learners. "They put forth 10 times the amount of effort," said Kristi Fuller, a pre-algebra, leadership and algebra skills teacher.
How iPads are making math more interesting in a Calif. middle school
SmartBrief Job Listings for Education
|Director of Professional Services||
Engaging Schools, Inc.
|Principal at Emerson Academy of Dayton||
National Heritage Academies
|Program Officer, Teacher Development||
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
Capitol Region Education Council (CREC)
|Senior ELL Technical Assistance and Curriculum Specialist (8270)||
American Institute for Researcher