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Check out our co-founders, book iPads in the Classroom: From Curation to Creation or our teacher-sourced What Does Awesome Look Like? – Volume I & II.

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iPad Articles

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iPad Summit 2014 Boston – Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Keynote (LIVE Blog from 

This post first appeared on Jen’s blog. The iPad Summit Boston is finally here! I have been attending the iPad Summit since its beginning several years ago. This is one of my favorite ed tech conferences. The keynote speaker is Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs of Curriculum21. This blog is live, so please excuse any typos […]

iPad Summit 2014 Boston – Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs from Jen Carey 

This post originally appeared on Jen’s blog: Indian Jen: iPad Summit 2014 Boston – Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs The iPad Summit Boston is finally here! I have been attending the iPad Summit since its beginning several years ago. This is one of my favorite ed tech conferences. The keynote speaker isDr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs of Curriculum21. This […]

iPads + PBL = Limitless Possibilities – Guest Post from Debbie Carona 

This guest post from iPad Summit Presenter, Debbie Carona (@DebbieCarona), first appeared on Daily Genius. Though more than two years into my school’s implementation of project-based learning, yesterday, I found myself excited all over again. I was helping a second grade teacher enhance her landforms PBL by using Padlet as part of the KWL process […]

Making the Invisible, Visible with iPads – from Maggie Keeler 

This post from Maggie Keeler (@KeelerMS) first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. Microscope work in science class is often a solitary endeavor. Traditionally, one student searches to find a seemingly invisible organism while patiently waiting for the teacher to come confirm that they’ve found it. Not anymore! With the MotiConnect App from Motic, this isolated […]

“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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