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cost of ownership

Read the TCO case study to find out how District 211 saves $42 per student over four years by using iPads instead of standard Chromebook devices; and iPad provides many educational benefits that cannot be duplicated by Chromebook in the classroom.

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Many of the apps that you are familiar with work seamlessly on iPad, such as Google’s G Suite for Education apps, Microsoft apps, and many more on the App Store. Educators claimed iPad to be the best Chromebook


Apple Pencil along with Scribble sets the standard for how note‑taking, drawing and marking should feel — intuitive, precise, efficient and magical. And Apple Pencil works seamlessly with tools like Google Classroom, Classkick and OneNote.


iPad works perfectly with a keyboard. And you can access and manage what’s on iCloud Drive, an external USB storage device, Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive.

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Teachers and students can seamlessly upload and download all the amazing multi modal learning resources and learning artefacts through SLS on iPad - such as animated poetry with Keynote, digital lab report with videos on Pages, data analytics with Numbers, and mother tongue language oral practice with voice memo and SLS audio response.

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holistic support

Apple has designed a comprehensive programme for schools that choose iPad for PDLP. Through both virtual and onsite sessions, Apple’s team of learning specialists, field engineers and project managers will support your PDLP implementation — at no cost — when you choose iPad.

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Augmented Reality on the iPad transforms how you learn, work, and connect with the world around you. It’s the perfect way to visualise things that would be impossible or impractical to see otherwise. Teachers can use AR lesson ideas in various subject areas to inspire students to learn and demonstrate their learning in entirely new ways. 


Reality Composer opens up amazing new opportunities to reimagine learning. The AR dice created by Reality Composer and shared on SLS makes this Sec 2 lesson on Statistics and Probability so much more engaging and effective. 

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