East Elementary School of Kodiak, Alaska is integrating the iPad into their curriculum and finding it is having a positive impact on learning. Each grade level gets the iPads for one day of the week. In one classroom, students create their own slides with audio and video to present to the class about the human body. In another class, students play a game to learn the states and their capitals. Virtual flash cards and picture books are other assets available through the iPad. The teachers find that the iPads not only get the children excited about the lesson, but also allow each child to learn at their own pace. "Instead of reading the packet like we used to do at school, they each have an iPad, and they each can go to a slide at their own pace," said one teacher.
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