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Linked with the webinars organised for the project teachers, this blog will display teachers thoughts, plans, ideas and experience with tablets in classroom. After each webinar, the teachers will write a reflective post on the given topic. Along the course of the project, this blog will provide an interesting insight into day to day teaching with tablets.  

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Project Ideas: Early Achievements and Goals

  1. I am going to use the learning scenario to…

  • teach students to work by projects.
  • introduce a higher motivation and interactivity in the learning process.
  • develop the creativity, the critical thinking and the communication capacities.
  • develop the ability to work individually and in teams.

2. Describe a little about one lesson you have taught so far using the tablets…

The major part of my math's lesson use the ipad. Indeed, I teach in a reverse classroom model. For that, a colleague form an other school and I built a website (http://mathinverses.weebly.com).

Like the students can watch the video sequences at home, and after this homework, they can improve their undertanding by execices at school.

They work alone or by pair, but always, they can use some special apps to correct their own exercices by themselves. 

For example for the similar triangle, they have to resolve a tangram and some other exercices to discover the similar triangles' criterions. 

3. My three top tips for the teacher using tablets  in the classroom are:

  • give clear instructions to students
  • prepare activities that motivate, who innovate
  • ask students to keep ipads on the worktable

I would add many other tips, but for teachers being beginners in the use of ipad in classroom, they seem to me to be the very top tips

4. The two most useful apps that I have tried in my classroom so far…

Without hesitation:

5. Two useful apps that students recommend…

the same:

6. Two goals for teaching and learning in the next 8 weeks are:

Create new lessons to use ipad and reverse classroom method in mathematic