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6th June 2017

iPad found to improve young children's skills when used in Education

A recent report by the Queens University in Belfast has revealed that the regular use of iPad in early learning can substantially improve literacy, numeracy and communication skills.

The study, which was carried out over two years, involved 650 primary and nursery school pupils and also reported that children seemed much more engaged in class as a result of the portable devices.

The idea of using handheld devices was seen as another form of 'play' by students, meaning children had a more enthusiastic approach to learning.

iPads in Education
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