For all of you who were sad for me about my broken iPad screen- it's finally fixed! A huge thank you to my patient husband who painstakingly took it apart, put the new screen on, took it off again and ordered another piece that was damaged in the fall... THEN put the screen on again and found it had a crack, ordered ANOTHER new screen and put it together again, teeny tine screws and finicky wires and all. Hooray for my sweetie!
Now I'm off to go enjoy my iPad and the new apps I've been downloading while I waited.
Using technology in meaningful, developmentally appropriate ways to make learning come alive and differentiate instruction so that all students achieve. I hope this blog is helpful to anyone utilizing technology with children. If you have found it useful, I appreciate you letting me know and sharing with others.
Friday, August 10, 2012
I have an iPad again!
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That was really nice of your husband. My husband would not do that.ReplyDelete
I like this concept. I visited your blog for the first time and just been your fan.Keep posting as I am gonna come to read it everyday!!ReplyDelete