iPads prove popular at South Molton school
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New technology is being embraced by community college.
SOUTH Molton Community College has recently taken delivery of its first batch of iPad tablet computers.
A pilot scheme is proving popular with students, who have been using the new technology to enhance their learning.
College assistant vice-principal Paul Berry said the technology would have an important role in transforming education in future years.
He said: “We have been planning this project for over a year now, and want to provide a framework for education to reflect what our students need in the world today and what they will need in the future.
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“Mobile technology is very much part of this, and iPads provide a complete ‘techno toolkit’ for students including a video camera, stills camera, voice recorder, drawing tools, note taking tools – as well as a mass of specialised software to use creatively in their lessons.”
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