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Our web site contains information on implementing a one to one iPad program and all the considerations and practices needed for success. Our blog contains helpful tips and tricks for maximizing the use of technology and learning. We also provide iPad accessories specifically designed for classrooms.

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Posts by ThinkWrite Blog

ThinkWrite Headset Review From

This is a post and video review that originally appeared on Brent Warner’s blog. Click here to view the embedded video. Back when I was […]

Four iOS 8 Features For Customizing Learning

iOS 8 has some great features that were added that can customize the learning experience for students. Here are four we think all students should […]

ThinkWrite Spotify Playlist

We created a playlist to¬†highlight the enhanced audio drivers on the ThinkWrite headset. If you have a pair of ThinkWrite headsets put them on and […]

Transforming EDU CES Mobile Learning Panel Video

ThinkWrite’s Mike Guerena participated in a panel discussion at CES 2015 on Mobile Learning at the Transforming EDU event. In addition to Mike the following […]

ThinkWrite @ FETC

ThinkWrite will be exhibiting our mobile device accessories at the FETC Conference in Orlando on January 21-23. Come by booth #1259 for a free screen […]

There is a EdChat for anyone at anytime

Thanks to @Jyoung1219 for passing on this spreadsheet with a list of edchat topics and times on Twitter. Edchats are about the only time I […]

ThinkWrite is on Facebook

ThinkWrite now has a presence on Facebook. We will post company and product updates, as well as useful tips for mobile technologies in the classroom. […]

What Soccer Can Teach Educators About Learning and Performance

CC attribution: See-ming Lee New blog post on Linked In looking at how sports like soccer are good examples of how performance is reinforced by […]

Ten things students can do with the ThinkWrite Headset

Ten things students can do with the ThinkWrite Headset on an iPad and/or a Chromebook. 1. Record themselves reading so teachers can monitor fluency. 2. […]

Where Paper Is Needed.

I usually show this video when starting a training on using less paper in the classroom as it lightens up the room. Paper is not […]

How much paper do you use in your classroom per year?

See how much paper one student used in a year at their school. Click here to view the embedded video. Estimate how much paper you […]

Keyboard Shortcuts For Editing Writing on an iPad

Did you know that students can do the majority of the editing of their writing without having to touch the iPad screen? Like the MacBook, […]

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