March Break is over, and you’re back to work feeling refreshed, invigorated and inspired, right? Right?
Here is an article via Wired with the bold title, “Can the iPad Rescue A Struggling American Education System?”
What struck me most was this statement from a chemistry teacher:
“When I see a chemical reaction on a piece of paper, I don’t see coefficients and symbols, I see a bucket of molecules reacting,” Stoltzfus said. “But I don’t think our students see that big bucket of molecules. We can give students a better idea of what’s happening at a molecular level with animations and interactive elements.”
I am curious to know if teachers at our school use the iPad in this way and if so, do they observe the same reactions from the students?
Check it out and tell me what you think!