"We are doing a cultural exchange with a school in Nicaragua to send drawings and write about our respective schools and communities to learn more about each other. The students used iPads for research on our community, along with Google Maps and Google Earth for learning more about the geography of Nicaragua and Central America.
We used the MacBooks for a great web site that has interactive animation about places in a city and asking/telling directions in Spanish.
..It's been great so far!"
Señor Zerzan recently showed us how to add Spanish support to the iPad:
- Go to Settings, General, and then go to 'Keyboard.'
- Then select 'International Keyboards'
- Then 'Add new Keyboard'
San Domenico School has a 1-to-1 student iPad program in Grades 6-12, a cart of iPads in Grade 5, and iPad or MacBook centers in Kindergarten-Grade 4.