Technology can make life a lot easier in the classroom. When used properly, tablets such as the iPad can be used effectively in the classroom. Learn how to effectively use them in the classroom.
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Below are six ways to support collaboration between student iPads that cover the spectrum of creation options that range from text to digital storytelling to video creation.
The release of the iPad Mini has further muddied the waters when it comes to choosing appropriate technology to enhance learning. If your institution is going to buy into new technology which tablet should you choose?
Teachers really want to the ability to display their iPad or their students’ iPads on a projector screen. Projecting on a large screen is great for demonstrations, simulations, explanations, and showing examples. There are several ways this can be done …
I believe that the iPad Mini and smaller tablets will be even more disruptive to the traditional PC market than the full-size iPad has been to date.
Nearpod is an App that allows teachers to share presentations; but wait, there’s more! It also lets you be a fully engaged participant and interact with the presentation through polls, quizzes, videos, drawing interactivity, website-sharing, self-guided quizzes and more.
As the case studies below demonstrate, iPads are being used in education environments around the world with great success. Teachers can have paperless classrooms, take attendance, share interactive presentations and test their students—all on their iPad.
This free app handily shows Powerpoint presentations and it displays your notes when you run your slideshow. It’s also a breeze to get your presentations into SlideShark; you can upload them to the SlideShark site, which the app syncs with; …
The new iPad Mini and the iBooks Author are a great duo for Education.
With iPads, teachers can create ebooks for their students or even help them create ebooks for themselves. Below is a compiled list of such apps.
Reflections on the use of iPad in Education.
The article shares the most common challenges schools had while using iPads, so your school doesn’t have to make them.
In 1983, Steve Jobs gave a speech at the International Design Conference in Aspen. The audio recording of this event surfaced in June, but it was missing an interesting Q&A session that took place after the speech.
iPads are exactly like hammers, they are simply a tool. While the screen may shine and the intuitive nature of the device impress even the most cynical user, they are little more than tools in the classroom.