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By Anthony DavidHead of Highgate Children’s Centre

The Apple iPad may be expensive, but Anthony David sees it as the start of a new classroom revolution


Pupil whiteboards

Thirteen years ago, the National Strategies reintroduced the humble wipe clean board to classrooms. As a tool, it was perfect for drafting ideas, flashing answers and for group discussions. It would be hard to state how many hundreds of thousands have been sold in the last decade along with the requisite pens and board rubbers.

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  1. Peter Burns
    on 15 July 2011

    A good future

    Thanks - really liked this article (found it almost by accident). Can't wait for iPads to be a real option for children, a much more useful resource than laptops.

    5out of 5
  2. Sarah
    on 9 September 2010

    New tech

    Really helpful article. With all the apps coming out it would be helpful to have someone keep on top of it and make recommendations - is this possible, Mr David?

    5out of 5