Our school in 2009 is looking at using iPod touches for students in year 5-8 and also for staff. I was hoping to hear from like minded educators to see if anyone else was already using iPod touches in the classroom and how/what they were using them for etc?

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I have just made our ning public which means anyone can become a member and contribute the url is http://ipodtouchclassroom.ning.com
Hi Stacey,
I have been using the touch for nearly 2 years. This year with 6&7 years olds. My blog is at

Have a read and get some ideas. When you buy ipods you are buying not one tool but hundreds of tools. It's the swiss army knife for learning.

And......the kids love them and are so turned on to learning,

Cheers from Jenny Ashby, Victoria Australia twitter @jjash
Hi Jenny our pilot has now ran for 12months with much success across 12 different school settings from primary to secondary and K-12 including stage based, subject based and 1:1 based inititaives. Our project ning can be found here http://ipodtouchclassroom.ning.com
Many regions now are looking at running their own projects next year.
What a great discussion. I will post it on our Facebook fan page for SmartEd Services http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cleveland-OH/SmartEd-Services/1949121...
5 Ways to Use iPods in the Classroom http://bit.ly/b2srfu
We are in a Pepsi contest right now to win 3 iTouch labs for our school and we need a lot of support. We are currently ranked 9th and need to be in the top ten to win, but we need to stay there until June 1st. Will you please have your faculty, students, family and friends vote for us each day until June 1st. Some people don't understand the importance of this project, but I thought that you guys would! Please spread the word and help us!


Thank you,
Sally Cavanaugh



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