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Unconventional Learning with iPad, Mac, and iPod touch

Apple products have become an essential part of how students learn at Flitch Green Academy, a public elementary/middle school located just outside of London. Flitch Green’s unique approach is taught through open-ended “experiences” where students use
iPad, Mac, and iPod touch, alongside more traditional media, to work on cross-curricular learning projects. “This allows children to use all the resources they have available to them to represent what we’ve asked them to do,” says principal Helen Johnson. “And normally they come back with things that we won’t have even dreamt of.”

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