This week, our friends at the American School of Bombay (ASB) released a free ebook documenting the experiences, reflections, and practices of technology integration at their fantastic school over the past decade. ASB is known as a global leader integrating technology in education with their campus-wide Wi-Fi network, 1-to-1 Tablet PC program in Grades 6-12, and 1-to-1 laptop program in Grades 3-5. And of course, they power their classrooms with Haiku LMS!
This 127-page book is an amazing resource with creative ideas and real-world tips for taking technology to the next level in your school. Get your free copy below!
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|Tech Integration Book 2012
We’re excited to be joining ASB for their Unplugged conference taking place next week in Mumbai. (If you’ll be there, too, drop Renee a line at firstname.lastname@example.org so you can be sure to connect in person!)
We also wanted to give a special shout out to some of the other leading International Schools working with Haiku LMS including:
Thanks for being awesome partners in revolutionizing digital learning on a global scale!
A week ago today we announced the launch of our Google Group—a place for educators and IT using Haiku LMS to talk about how they’re using our learning management system and to share other ideas, resources, and questions. So far so great!
Members of the group are getting acquainted and sharing stories about how and where they met Haiku. We love it! And we love that they’re talking about what makes their lives easier—features like Embed the Web™ and MiniSites. They’re using Haiku for professional development, for K-12 blended and virtual classes, and in one case as a portal system for administrative departments.
Not everyone is a long-time LMS user. Some members transitioned to Haiku LMS after using another learning management system for years. For others, Haiku is their first foray into the LMS world, and we’re honored that they chose ours! One group of teachers moved their courses into Haiku in half the time they’d allocated. That’s pretty fantastic!
Share Your Experience
There are some open-ended questions maybe you can help with. Members are looking for ways others are using student WikiProjects and ePortfolios. See for youself, and lend your voice.