Some School Children in Scotland get Free iPads

Students of the Cedar School in Scotland have been given iPads to use for study. In total, 105 iPad units have been handed out, all of which connect to the school run wireless network which allows students to receive course work as well as perform various research on subjects being taught.

This iPad-centric approach to education makes sure students are fed a daily quota of homework and various activities, not to mention lessons in English, math, languages and history.

It’s certainly an interesting way to learn at school and one I certainly wouldn’t have objected to. The best we had at school was 1 BBC Micro for the whole school to play on once in a while.

Via: Geeky Gadgets

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