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Updates on Apple technology innovation in the classroom.

GameCraft and Post Secondary Student Engagement – eCampus News

Technology for a University of Michigan learning approach that employs video game-style strategy made its way to the market over the summer, and it has important implications for classroom technology use.The gameful instruction tool known as GradeCraft is now available to K-12 schools and universities, and a key university that promotes the use of technology […]

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Apple Classroom of Tomorrow: A Glimpse into the Past

How Have Our Practices Changed Since Apple’s ACOT Research Project? Apple Classroom of Tomorrow: A Glimpse into the PastApple Classroom of Tomorrow (ACOT) began in 1985 with three classrooms in which every student had access to a desktop computer at school and at home. This 1:1 ratio in a classroom at this time when most schools […]

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ACSI – Controlling Online Access in Classrooms

Students in different grades have particular learning requirements A grade two student would not need the same app that a grade eight student may need. Similarly, it may be necessary to limit the amount of screen time that students in younger grades are exposed to. The content being downloaded may not be appropriate for the […]

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The Network Professional’s Survival Guide

IT-ET Survival Guide For Modern Learning Environments I would like to thank Brooke Furry at Helpsystems for providing the opportunity to contribute to the Helpsystem’s Network Professional’ Survival Guide. The Network Professional Survival Guide represents the collective experience and wisdom of a number of IT-ET leaders across the globe. These IT-ET leaders are passionate about […]

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Canada’s Third Apple Distinguished School

    Congrats to Ecole DrB for being selected as an Apple Distinguished School. School administration, teachers, students and ICT Support Teachers have done a great job. Keep posted for the rest of the story. 15 years in the making and two ADEs later.

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Protected: Canada’s Third Apple Distinguished School – The Rest of the Story

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Day 3 – JNUC – Jamf Nation Conference

Session One – Achieve the Apple Trifecta – Using DEP – VPP and Jamf Software Need to reference keynote presentation. Tons of information. *Need to look at DEP and Jamf JSS workflow to ensure the users can still connect the iPad to a computer and the iPad is still supervised. Session Two – The JSS […]

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Day Two – JNUC Conference – Wednesday Oct 22nd

Jamf Nation discussion boards a great place to post and or review Jamf Administrator career opportunities. JNUC attendance increasing year by year. 1300 participants this year. Session One Chris Smaistig and Randon Ruggles discuss the VPP workflow between the JSS and Apple programs. Key findings were that the JSS VPP invitation does not need to […]

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JNUC – Jamfsoftware Users Conference 2014-2015 – Tuesday Day One

Tuesday – Day One – Guthrie Theatre – Minneapolis – St. Paul Keynote Speakers Chip, Wudi and Zach reviewed the JNUC and company success over the last 10 years. Zach and Wudi discussed some major enhancements to the JSS workflow. 1. Distribution Server 2.0 2. Personal BYOD Enrolment Features 3. Bushel Project 4. Patch Management […]

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9 Starter Tips for Teachers Who Just Got iPads

teachers-new-to-ipads.png 1,280×720 pixels. iPads provide a means to truly change the learning and instructional process in the classroom. We are making the transition from a mobile laptop environment to BYOD program, iPad Deployment and cloud collaboration tools. The shift to “Process Based Instruction” requires teachers to focus on using technology to accomplish a given outcome […]

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