Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Updated 1:1 Resources and References

1:1 Support Materials-Updated 3-20-2013

Collected Support Materials for 1:1 iPad Implementation

Below contains my list-to-date of links I have collected to help promote, and hopefully one day implement, a 1:1 environment at my school.

Thank you to the countless people who share their research, work and journeys so that we can learn from their experiences and perspectives.

Obviously this is not a complete or fully comprehensive list (especially regarding workflow), so I would be grateful for further recommendation of resources.


  1. New South Wales, Australia- 1 to1 Computers in Schools: 2010 Literature Review Summary of Above: Clearly, as one-to-one laptop programs mature, improvement in student results in standardised testing is becoming evident despite the concern that these tests do not measure the 21st century skills the laptop learners are acquiring.  However, as can be clearly seen in the study of the Maine on-to-one laptop program (Silvernail & Gritter, 2007), the variation evident in these results indicates that  it is the way the laptops are used in learning that brings about the improvements in achievement.   Holcomb (2009) suggests that “it is therefore critical for schools to understand that simply providing each student with a laptop is not enough.  How teachers choose to use the laptops is very important.”  How teachers choose to use the laptops, in turn,  depends on teacher professional learning and support (Holcomb, 2009).
  2. The Journal of Technology, Teaching and Assessment- Educational Outcomes and Research from 1:1 Computing Settings-
  3. Learning with Laptops: Implementation and Outcomes in an Urban, Under-Privile...Chrystalla Mouza Journal of Research on Technology in Education; Summer 2008; 40, 4; Research Library pg. 447 Can be found at-
  4. Project RED (Redefining Education)-In 2010, Project RED conducted the first large-scale national study to identify and prioritize the factors that make some U.S. K-12 technology implementations perform dramatically better than others. Link to Research Overview-
  5. Blog with link to the Hull University Study of 1:1 program, demonstrating that “ownership” of the device provided the greatest impact (PDF of Study in Google Docs)-
  6. ASCD Analysis of 1:1 initiatives- Key finding: results reflect the strength of the school-
  7. US Department of Education’s Tech Plan-
  8. SRI International’s Report for the Department of Education-
  9. Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (ODEC) & Center of International Research and Innovation (CERI) 21st Century Learning: Research, Innovation and Policy Directions from recent OECD analyses-
  10. CASTLE 2011 Research Summary “Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education at the University of Kentucky”-

Case Studies-

  1. Systemic: Victoria, Australia-

Elementary Articles-

Help Desk Resources-

  1. T.H.E. Article, has links to two organizations that provide curriculum materials and certifications for student help desks-
  2. Generation YES- Student Supported Technology Intergrationfull-
  3. Central Falls (Rhode Island) Student Support-

Device Selection-



Tech Director’s Advice to Manage iPads-

“5 Critical Mistakes Schools Make With iPads and How to Correct Them”-

Questions to Answer Ahead of Time-

Burlington (MA)-



Software Needs?

Student Needs-

Parent Community Needs-

Latest PARCC Tech Guidelines (2.1)-

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