iPad Implementation Models in K-12 School Environments: An Exploratory Case Study
Abstract: In recent years, the usage of iPads has spread rapidly in the U.S., with the hope of improving student performance and motivation as well as altering learning environments to be more engaging and interactive. However, there is little known in the literature about iPads, particularly in relation to successful implementation strategies and their perceived effectiveness. This exploratory case study examined existing iPad logistical models in NJ public school classrooms. It is anticipated that these findings will help to inform school district planning and logistical concerns, as well as to examine the students’ and teachers’ perceived attitudes and beliefs about using iPads in their classrooms.
Presider: Timothy Forde, Eastern Kentucky University