Andrew J. Cerniglia
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Apple's iPhone for School Administrators - Low Expectations?

Started Dec 27, 2009 0 Replies

Apple has added a document to their web site, published in early December of 2009, entitled iPod Touch/iPhone for Administrators.…Continue

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I worked for nine years as a high school chemistry and physics teacher. In 2008 I transitioned into the role of Dean of Students, and was responsible for student discipline. I've just moved into a supervisory role mid-year. I've completed the coursework towards a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology/Instructional Technology at Kent State University. This work is now on hold as I complete the Alternative Principal's Licensure program through Hamilton County Educational Service Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Apple's iPhone for School Administrators - Low Expectations?

Posted on December 27, 2009 at 10:33am 0 Comments

Apple has added a document to their web site, published in early December of 2009, entitled iPod Touch/iPhone for Administrators. These sort of documents, put out by developers of technology, are interesting in that they shed some light on the way in which these companies perceive the educational domain, and more specifically how they think their product “fits” within that field. Apple typically does a nice job presenting…

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