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1-to-1 Directory and Global Storybook

Global Storybook

AALF often hears from schools that have interesting stories to share about the challenges and rewards of implementing 1:1 laptop learning in their schools or districts. It is to everyone's benefit that we share these stories so that we can learn from the experiences of others as well as develop a better understanding of what we are and could be doing.

The Global Storybook is a collection of these stories, and it will become more and more useful as more of you share your stories with the AALF community.

Please consider contributing to this collection. In telling us about your school or district, think about what your goals were in implementing 1:1 and whether or not you are achieving those goals. Or ask yourself what are some of the challenges you have faced and how have you solved them. Or, if you haven't, what types of solutions have you tried and, upon reflection, why did they not work?

To share your story, send it to: AALF Global Storybook

Corcoran Unified School District, Corcoran, United States.

American School of Bombay, Bombay, India

St. Cuthbert's College, Auckland, New Zealand

Nashwaaksis Middle School, New Brunswick, Canada

Eastern Townships School Board, Quebec, Canada

Denver School of Science and Technology, Colorado, United States of America

Reyburn Intermediate School, California, United States of America

Bishops Diocesan College, Cape Town, South Africa

Cincinnati Country Day School, Ohio, United States of America

Munich International School, Starnberg, Germany

Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School, Massachusetts, United States of America

Illinois Math and Science Academy, Illinois, United States of America

Hale Middle School, Perth, Australia

Methodist Ladies' College, Melbourne, Australia

Forest Hills School District, Cincinnati, Ohio