New Study Finds iPads in the Classroom Boost Test Scores

SUREN on February 24, 2012

The Mobicip crew has believed this for long, even before the iPad came into existence. Over the last 3 years, we have been seeing anecdotal evidence of the benefits of true mobile learning. Now there are studies beginnning to emerge on the impact of mobile learning on student achievement and engagement. According to this article on Time Techland,

a new study shows that students who use iPads in the classroom score better in literacy tests than those who don’t. As previously reported, educators in Auburn, Maine began instructing 266 kindergarteners using the iPad 2 this fall, and those who used the tablet scored higher on literacy tests and were more enthused about learning.

Read the original article here and the study cited in the article here.