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Pearson To Develop iPod Educational Material August 10, 2006

Posted by rajAT in education, ipod, pearson.
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All of those children who have been struggling to get their parents to buy them the playground-must-have, an iPod, now have the ultimate excuse – “But it’s for my edukashon!”

Pearson Education are to develop educational content for teachers and students which will play on an iPod. What a perfect strong-arm tactic, one that I’d imagine parents will find hard to refuse.

Students will be able to download study guides that work with Pearson’s educational texts and listen to review notes to prepare for exams.

They also hook in the teachers by giving access to podcasts on professional development, helping with lesson preparation and guidance in connecting with students struggling with specific content.

John Couch, Apple’s vice president of Education, gave forth, “Apple’s commitment to education has never been stronger, which is why we’re excited to broaden our relationship with Pearson. Our customers will love having Pearson’s education content on their iPods, and we’re confident that PowerSchool will continue to flourish and grow with Pearson.”

Disclaimer: I freelance for Pearson Education.

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1. Rakesh - August 10, 2006

Aha ! The eLearning is finally coming into main-stream.

Imagine a Dr Kamal Podcasting for Datawarehousing course and all the students are subscribed to it.

And the next step from IIIT, an iPod for every first year student :)

2. Rakesh - August 10, 2006

You moderate all your comments ? I just commented and its not appearing ?


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