At eSpark, they believe that adopting iPads is just the first step. To successfully differentiate instruction with iPads, schools need a digital curriculum that can be personalized to each student's learning needs. This level of personalization in an iPad curriculum requires a lot of groundwork: a comprehensive inventory of apps and activities, a solid technical foundation, teacher training and online tools for monitoring student success.
The eSpark platform provides everything a school needs to support personalized blended learning on the iPad and ensure students and teachers get the most out of iPads in the classroom.
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