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Laptop Vs Tablet

Two educators in the trenches duke it out.

For the Love of Laptops: As learning tools, tablets don’t cut it.
By Gary Stager

This isn’t my first time at the rodeo. I led professional development in the world’s first two laptop schools 22 years ago, and in the intervening years I’ve helped schools across the globe go one-to-one, most recently a Korean international school where every K–12 student has a laptop ... (read more).

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Day of the Tablet: In classrooms, it’s the right tool for the job.
By Dan Brenner

Imagine packing for a weekend trip and trying to decide whether to use a big camp trunk or a small suitcase that fits in the overhead storage area of a plane. Or consider where you would want to shop for groceries for a big dinner party you are hosting: the local supermarket or the neighborhood delicatessen ... (read more).

—Winter 2013—

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