Since the introduction of the iPad in 2010, computer tablets have proven to be relevant, practical tools in the workplace and in the classroom. The addition of tablets to the classroom, however, introduces another potential distraction to students. Part 1 introduces the network infrastructure required for successful deployment of the digital classroom that reduces distraction and improves the learning experience.

Though proper network infrastructure is essential, the digital classroom will only be successful when the teacher harnesses the power of this technology to improve the learning environment. Part 2 explores apps, services, and techniques that will allow tablets to enhance the classroom experience for both the student and the teacher.

See the links below for resources pertaining to this workshop.


Presentation Slides >

FRCS Tablet Acceptable Use Policy >

Approved Student Tablet List >