iPads in the Classroom: From Consumption and Curation to Creation shows how iPads can be used constructively and creatively in K-12 classrooms. Co-authors Tom Daccord and Justin Reich 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.
In all, iPads in the Classroom: From Consumption and Curation to Creation explores the instructional possibilities for augmenting –and even redefining — learning in digital age classrooms. If we want educators to integrate exemplary practices and lead and inspire the next generation, then we must prepare them accordingly. This book serves as their indispensable guide.
The book is available as an iBook in the Apple iBooks Store (for iPads only) and as an eBook in the Kindle store which CAN BE READ ON iPADs using the Kindle App for iPads.
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Many educators see iPads only as game stations or replacements for notebooks and textbooks. In iPads in the Classroom, authors Tom Daccord and Justin Reich explain how iPads present a tremendous opportunity for teachers to rethink the design of learning environments to best suit the needs of their students.
This book isn’t about how to click on apps; it’s about how to transform schools and change students’ lives with differentiated, meaningful, purposeful learning that helps them develop the real-world skills they’ll eventually need for the working world and civic life in the decades ahead.