Recently many schools, colleges and universities are implementing iPads into their classrooms and curriculums this fall and with that, textbook publishers and developers are jumping on the education technology bandwagon. Now for that the Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) announced a year long pilot program of a full-curriculum iPad Algebra app yesterday.
The iPad’s based curriculum will provide interactive environment which will allow students to receive feedback on practice questions, write and save notes, receive guided instruction, access video lessons and more with the simple touch of a finger. Now the use of Fuse and the HMH app will also help teachers tailor their curriculum to meet the individual needs of their students while providing student-specific performance feedback.
Well in iPad there is nothing to substrate but only to add and this one is no different from others. Hope to see some changes in grade for school children after Algebra app in iPad.