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Technology will never replace the relationship between a teacher and a student; however the iPad enhances the classroom experience for all. The faculty and staff of Roger Bacon use this new technology in various ways. With thousands of Apps to choose from, students have the opportunity to take notes, write papers, create presentations, spread sheets, tables and charts to master the technology skills needed in today’s world.
Each student at Roger Bacon will receive the latest iPad, along with a protective case with integrated keypad and a stylus.
Frequently Asked Questions:
All students. Incoming freshmen will receive their devices during Freshmen Orientation.
Yes. The iPad will be paid through the school’s technology fee. This fee includes the iPad, textbooks which are pre-loaded on the iPad, Roger Bacon provided apps, insurance for normal wear and tear, and a hard sleeve to protect your iPad in your book bag.
This fee also helps Roger Bacon upkeep the library computers, two computer labs, laptop carts, and HP Slates which all students will have access to and will utilize. Having access to multiple devices allows students to be fluent in both Apple and Microsoft, giving them an advantage in college and the working world.
Yes. Although the the iPad is the property of Roger Bacon High School while you are a student, once you graduate and you walk across that stage the iPad is yours.
iCloud is the revolutionary way files will be saved on your iPad. Instead of saving files to your device, you will save through the Internet and your files are then accessible by any device. You no longer need to worry about CDs, flash drives or losing work. This is the future of computing!
After a thorough technology review in 2022, comparing all one-to-one electronic education options, it was determined that the Apple iPad is still the most versatile educational tool, from art, to music, to traditional classes. The iPad allows students to accomplish the same tasks as a laptop, however it gives the advantages of interactive and educational apps. There is an instant start, where as a laptop takes time to “boot up.” There is no need for a charging station because the battery life of an iPad will last throughout the entire school day. It is a lightweight and durable device that provides optimal academic function regardless of the class. It also keeps the technology fee very reasonable. Roger Bacon students receive an iPad, a protective case with integrated keyboard, a mouse, and a stylus.