Two very Good Guides to Help You Effectively Use iPad in Your Teaching

December 28, 2015
iPad is a game-changer in education. It provides teachers with transformative means to create immersive and interactive lessons to engage students and enhance their learning. iPad has also opened up new possibilities of learning that were unimagined before and empowered students with a voice and equipped them with the tools to take control of their own learning. In today’s post we are sharing with you two popular resources we have shared here in the past. These are free short interactive guides created by Apple in Education to be read on iBooks  to help teachers make the best of their iPad use in instruction.1-  Discovering Educational Content for iPad

 Discovering Educational Content for iPad is a free interactive iBooks book from Apple in Education packed full of helpful tips, tricks, app recommendations, and ideas on how to better integrate iPad in your instruction.‘This guide will help teachers understand what type of content is available in each of the iTunes stores, how to access the stores from a Mac or iPad, and find tips on how to search each store and education curated collections for the type of content they might use in their classrooms.  The Guide walks through 2 sample lesson topics to help showcase the wide range of materials a teacher might use in a lesson, and encourages creative thinking about using content beyond Apps when teaching with iPad.’2- Evaluating Apps for the Classroom 

Evaluating Apps for the Classroom is an excellent free short interactive eBook (15 pages) created by Apple Education to be read on iBooks. As its title indicate, this guide is meant to help teachers make informed decisions about educational apps to integrate in their classroom instruction. Sifting through tons of educational apps in the App Store can be a daunting task especially for teachers whose schedules are already full enough to allow for such an endeavour. This is where the utility of such a guide comes in handy. It provides you with a set of tips and ideas to help you better evaluate educational apps and  tap into the learning potential of iPad.

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