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01 September 2012


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Life Skills Teacher

Interesting perspective. I will be verey curious to see how my student responds after break when all the apps are restored to our classroom iPad. He spent the last several weeks deleting and rearranging things and laughing at us when we asked him not to.


I love the way you always think about things in terms of Charlie. You rock, KC!

Melissa Brooks

My daughter is like that with apps, she actually found a picture of a screenshot of her iPad, with an app on it she wanted, that wasn't on her iPad anymore and was trying to get me to press it and make it work, poor Abbey! Our kids are so smart! Thanks for sharing!! Here's my blog helping our little one with her iPad, mainly to communicate to us, www.abbeysvoice.com , our latest blog was about teaching given opportunities!

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