Here are five reasons why school iPad initiatives tend to stall
Tablets, including iPads, are all the rage in today’s classrooms. But how many iPad initiatives fail due to common mistakes that could be avoided with proper planning?
During a jam-packed ISTE 2014 session, EdTechTeacher director and co-founder Tom Daccord gave an overview of what he said are five common mistakes schools across the country seem to make when it comes to iPad implementations.
“It struck me that there were ways in which schools were making common mistakes with iPads,” Daccord said.
Part of what contributes to those mistakes is the fact that many administrators believe the iPad by itself will fix any and all problems. But that isn’t so. An iPad for an iPad’s sake will not work.
(Next page: The five critical iPad mistakes you should avoid)