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The resources section aims to give teachers, policy makers, industry partners and anyone else interested an overview on relevant readings related to the innovative use of tablets and showcase other tablet pilots.

On topics such as motivation, assessment and flipped classroom, it highlights:

The section is updated regularly. If you know of an interesting item which could be featured in this section, send it to creativeclassroom@eun.org

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The Atlantic: Why some schools are selling all their iPads

'Is the iPad really the best device for interactive learning? It is a question that has been on many minds since 2010, when Apple released the iPad and schools began experimenting with it. Four years later, however, it is still unclear, whether the iPad is the best device suited to the classroom. iPads so far have been a gadget of choice at both ends of the economic spectrum: in wealthier schools with ample resources and demand from parents, and in low-income schools that receive federal grants to improve student sucess rates. The education market in the US is currently split fairly evenly between the two types of devices, said Phil Maddocks, a market analyst at FutureSource Consulting.