Technology in the Sciences at BHS

Editor’s Note: I am pleased to feature a guest post authored by BHS students Shivesh Shah, Ashay Lokhande, Arvind Pasupuleti, Jay Patel, Kumaraman Srivastav, and Kush Patel which highlights the way they are using their iPads as members of Chuck Wood’s AP Biology class. Over the course of the last three years, Burlington High School…

iPad Insurance: You Can Still Get It…

My iPad broke! Now what? Every situation is different, but in all situations, the first step is to visit the BHS Help Desk, located in the Lower Library and is open periods 1-4, 6 & 7. Now that the New Year is upon us, it’s time to invest in protecting one of your most coveted…

1:1 and BYOD

Yes, it is incredibly shallow of me to be complaining about a $500 device that I have not paid a single cent for, but let it be known that I am, along with the rest of the student body, in fact grateful that BPS has gone with a 1:1 iPad program.

Explain Everything

In this post, Help Desk senior blogger Harsh Dedhiya, provides a sneak peek to Explain Everything. To learn more about this versatile iPad app and to receive 1:1 assistance, join the BPS Ed Tech team on Tuesday, September 24th for the  “How do I do that?” technology session at Marshall Simonds Middle School from 2:30…

The new Chromebook v. The iPad

By Tyler Desharnais As you know BHS uses iPads as our primary technology for learning, but we also have some Chromebooks for use in the library. BHS recently got the newest version of the Chromebook that may outshine the iPad in the learning environment. The first thing that struck me that was good about the…

iPad Mini Rumors

By RJ Dalton There are growing rumors that the iPad mini coud be on its way.  It would feature a 7- inch screen and include all of the current functions of iPhone/ iPad. The blog below makes a bold statement saying that production has started and that it would not have retina display.  These rumors…