iAchieve: Using iPads to Enhance Learning

iAchieve is Creighton School District’s mobile learning initiative. The iAchieve Project has placed mobile technology directly into the hands of students. iPads and iPod touches provide students with enriched learning experiences, opportunities for differentiated learning, and increased achievement in all content areas. The project began with the implementation of over 700 iPod touches in third grade classrooms to support oral reading fluency. In the six years since iAchieve began, the project has grown and expanded to include iPads to support flipped learning environments and iPad Media Kits for interactive instruction. iAchieve currently supports over 2000 iPads and iPod touches used by both students and teachers. iAchieve is helping Creighton School District prepare students for their futures as 21st Century Citizens.

iAchieve Through the Years


“From an instructional standpoint, the 1:1 devices (iPads) really empowered students to take control of their learning and made it easy for them to share their ideas.” ~7th Grade Teacher


For more information about Creighton School District's iAchieve project, please contact:

Suzanne Sallee - Technology Integration Specialist and Coach

Robyn Griffith - Technology Trainer