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iPad Articles

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I’ll Take You There! Optimizing Field Trips with iPads – Guest Post from Cheryl Davis 

This is a guest post from San Diego iPad Summit presenter, Cheryl Davis (@digitalteacher). Let’s go – out and about with mobile technologies! We often acknowledge that a benefit of technology is that it can provide our students with the ability to go beyond the walls of the classroom to explore virtually the world. And […]

February 4th iPad Summit Presenter Webinar 

February 4th: The video above will be a LIVE STREAM of the webinar. This webinar is broadcasted for free using Google Hangouts on Air. Press play or refresh if the video doesn’t begin at the indicated time. Please introduce yourself in the chat window below and feel free to ask questions at anytime.  Please contact us at […]

January 28th: The Future is Now – iPads in Higher Education 

  January 28: 9pm EST / 6pm PST   Mobile devices have changed the face of teaching and learning in the classroom and are redefining the future of “work.” From digital note taking to digital professionalism, our panel of guests will share how they are transitioning higher education from the 20th to the 21st century. […]

January 6th/7th: “Synchronicity & Invisibility” – Innovative & Effective iPad Integration in the Classroom 

  January 6 (USA)/ January 7 (Australia) 8pm EST (GMT-5)/ 5pm PST/ 11am (GMT +10)   How do we integrate iPads in a truly meaningful way that promotes creativity and enhances learning? Come join us as Beth Holland moderates a conversation with Paul Hamilton – educator, author, and Apple Distinguished Educator from Brisbane, Australia, and […]

eBooks of Lesson Ideas for iPad Apps in the Classroom – from Jennifer Carey 

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. iPads have entered classrooms at an unprecedented rate. In response to the prevalence of this device in schools, Apple has released a series of free eBooks outlining lesson plans for various apps. What makes these especially powerful is that they harness iPad’s unique feature of being […]

5 Tips to Create Strong Learning Environments with iPads – from Tom Daccord 

This post first appeared on eSchool News. Putting iPads in the service of learning, in our view, means putting technology in the service of preparing students to solve unstructured problems and communicate persuasively and with deep understanding. That’s our vision of what great schools do. As we approach the challenge of creating powerful learning environments […]

Weekly Resources: From #ettipad Boston 

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LiveBlog! iPad Summit Boston Keynote Speaker – Greg Kulowiec 

This post first appeared on Jen Carey’s blog Indiana Jen Day two of the iPad Summit starts with a Keynote talk by Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec), entitled Plato, Paper & iPads… As someone who has read Plato in the original Greek, I’m curious where he’s going here. I have known Greg for years and seen him present some amazing […]

PBL & iPads = Limitless Learning – Live Blog of Debbie Carona’s Session 

Debbie Carona (@DebbieCarona) began her session by showing a number of videos of student work. Once we all had an idea of what may be possible with regard to student learning, she began walking us through the process. THE HOOK Debbie begins by explaining that great PBL projects begin with Entry Events or a “Hook.” […]

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

iPad eBooks

Browse recent articles from our staff on all things iPad. 

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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