Leading Successful iPad Implementation: Lessons From A Successful Experience


Screen Shot 2014-05-15 at 1.08.30 PMLeading mobile learning initiatives requires careful planning and attention to the details to help ensure success.  With the recent notable implementation nightmares with mobile learning technologies, school leaders are left wondering if the move to this technology make sense.  Implementation of iPads in the 1:1 model can be done with great success.  In the latest webinar for the edWeb.net Leadership 3.0 community, presenter David Mahaley, Head of School for the Franklin Academy in NC, focused on providing the necessary steps for staff development, student preparation, and administration leadership required to bring iPads successfully into the learning environment.  Proven practices of management of the devices were examined to propose strategies to keep the initiative growing and staying on course.  David shared the key elements of how to ensure the success of a 1:1 iPad initiative from a school completing its fourth year of implementation and how to avoid the pitfalls chronicled in recent news headlines.  The investment is sound and the benefits can be great!  View the webinar to learn how to lead a successful iPad implementation.

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