CLARK – Teachers at St. John the Apostle School in Clark went back to school to learn how to incorporate the iPad technology into their curriculum.
St. John the Apostle School opened with an enrollment of 403 students Pre-K-8 for the 2012-2013 school year. This year, the school will use iPad computer tablets in the primary grades. Teachers all received an iPad for their classroom use and the school has a bank of 30 iPads on a cart that will be available for whole class instruction. Teachers will submit a list of apps that they wish to be downloaded to their class folders. The teacher’s iPad can also be used with the white boards. (Photo courtesy of St. John the Apostle School)
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