iPads to Differentiate Instruction in Early Elementary Education

Emily Lynch on episode 372 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Emily Lynch talks about how to use iPads in the classroom to differentiate instruction. So many good ways exist to use iPads but how can we personalize it and make it unique? Today as our ongoing spotlight this week on K-2 education, we focus on iPads with younger students and differentiating instruction with them.

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Emily Lynch – Bio as Submitted


emily LynchEmily Lynch is a third-grade teacher at Meadowbrook Elementary in the North Kansas City School District. She has a passion for donuts, differentiated instruction, and empowering her third graders to become lifelong learners through the use of technology.

Twitter: @MissLynch_MB

 

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