• Kami for iPads
    Kami Newsroom,  Product Updates

    Kami for iPad

    Kami is a Chrome extension and therefore primarily designed to work in the Google Chrome environment. For the best experience of Kami, we suggest using either a Chromebook or a Mac/Windows/Linux computer.  It is possible to use Kami on an iPad, however as Chrome Extensions are not supported by Google Chrome on iOS, many features do not work as they would on another device. In this article, we will explain how to use, access, and open Google Classroom assignments in Kami with an iPad.    Is there a Kami app for iOS? We currently do not have a Kami iOS app. This means you will not be able to find…

  • EdTech,  Technology

    iPads Versus Android Tablets in Classrooms

    Tablets have revolutionized the modern world. For one thing, it had one significant technical potential: the possibility of replacing traditional educational media with a convenient form factor that is efficient, lightweight, and comprehensive. That is the reason Android Tablets and iPads have been envisioned as the standard educational tool in classrooms. However, how would the two play out? How would standard Android Tablet models fare with iPads when they are used by students in an educational setting? Let’s look at these three determining questions to give us a glimpse of both sides, good and bad points. What is the implementation strategy? In other words, how does the school envision the…

  • EdTech

    EdTech: The Failed Models and the Hopeful Solution

    Regardless of where it is used, technology should ideally make things easier for everyone. It should allow everyone involved, from the developers to the end users, to increase their productivity, learn more, and advance and improve their techniques and output. These things, when applied to the education system, seem very promising. Imagine a school so technologically advanced that students, teachers, and administrators alike revolutionize teaching and learning. This was probably the vision the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) had in mind. In 2013, the city’s school district purchased and distributed iPads pre-installed with the Pearson curriculum. It was indeed a pioneer move that aimed to provide students and teachers…