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iPad Articles

Browse recent articles from our staff on all things iPad. 

Free Resources from EdTechTeacher Instructors & iPad Summit Speakers at MassCue 2015 

Over the past two days, hundreds of teachers gathered for this year’s MASSCue/M.A.S.S Fall Conference at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. According to the Conference website, this year’s theme was “Dare to Innovate” and provided “educators from across the Commonwealth with exciting and innovative ways to enhance teaching and learning with technology.” At EdTechTeacher, we are proud to have four of […]

Back to School with iPads 

Learn something new with Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland Beth and Greg check in to cover the newest features and capabilities of the iPad in the early Fall of 2015. Introduction is free! Full version available on iTunes/ Kindle Free iPad Activity Book For Teachers by Teachers Blog Posts from EdTechTeachers The First 5s with […]

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Why Is Measuring Learning So Difficult? A Video Conversation with iPad Summit Keynoter, Justin Reich 

Check out this new video from EDUCAUSE with four experts, including EdTechTeacher co-founder and iPad Summit Boston Keynote Speaker, Justin Reich addressing the question, “Why is measuring learning difficult?” On his blog, EdTechResearcher, Justin says this video has “some good reflections on learning analytics, data, MOOCs, testing, pyschometrics, and more with a nice balance of humility and […]

My Biggest Takeaway from LAUSD’s iPad Problems – Put Students In A Leadership Role 

This post was originally posted on Patrick’s blog. There has certainly been a lot written in regards to the problems in Los Angeles Unified School District with their iPad deployment.  My intention in writing this brief post is not to point fingers at another district for their problems, but while reading a recent post written […]

Weekly Resources for iPad Summit South Africa and more! 

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Weekly Resources from #ettipad San Diego 

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The Classroom of the Future is Now- Douglas Kiang Kicks Off Day 2 of #ettipad 

Douglas Kiang is both a member of the EdTechTeacher instructional team as well as teaches computer science and heads the technology resource teachers group at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. He holds a Master’s Degree in Technology, Innovation, and Education from Harvard and is an Apple Distinguished Educator. In addition to being an important thought-leader who addresses […]

The Power, Promise, and Pitfalls of Networks in Learning – Alec Couros Kicks of #ettipad San Diego 

Welcome to the 2nd annual EdTechTeacher iPad Summit in San Diego! Over 500 educators from around the world have joined together to explore the potential and possibilities for iPads in the classroom. To kick off this event, Alec Couros (@courosa), Associate Professor of educational technology and media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina is […]

Create Interactive Lessons for iPad – Guest Post from Bart Buckinx 

This guest post from Bart Buckinx (@bartbuckinx) first appeared on Daily Genius. As a teacher, you are used to create your own lessons. The xerox, Microsoft Word, and PowerPoint are your trusted companions. But how can you effectively use iPads in your lessons? The ebooks provided by publishers are mostly static and just not interesting enough […]

“The Summit was amazing. So many oppourtunities to learn and take tangible examples back to my classroom.”

iPad eBooks

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iPads in the Classroom: From Consumption and Curation to Creation

Co-authors Tom Daccord and Justin Reich (co-founders of EdTechTeacher) craft a meaningful and powerful vision and process of iPad integration for school teachers and school administrators — as well as parents. iPads in the Classroom: From Consumption and Curation to Creation features case studies, practical strategies, and specific apps that make the book directly applicable to classroom practice.

What Does Awesome Look Like?

At EdTechTeacher, we have the benefit of working with and hearing from educators from around the world. However, until now, we haven’t had a way to curate all of these great ideas into one place. Since we often use collaborative eBooks as a great example of how to share ideas while creating an amazing, media-rich learning artifact, we decided to leverage the power of Book Creator (available on iOS and Android) to create a Teacher Activity Book. 

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