Sunday, August 12, 2012

29 iPad Resources, Tutorials, and Guides Every Teacher Should Know about

iPad is gaining momentum in the educational sphere and might , in the near future, be integrated as a leading learning method. iPad is part of the gesture-based technology that is widely embraced by teens and which has pushed some school districts especially here in Canada and also in the States to start using the BYOD approach, for the costs of iPad and their apps is still relatively high.





As a teacher who has not yet tried mobile technology in his teaching, you might be wondering where and how to start. What resources to use ? Well, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has some answers for you. We have collected a set of some useful resources on the use of iPads in the classroom which can help you dig your way into the world of mobile learning and teaching.

1- Teacher's Guide to The Use of iPads in Education

2- 8 Free Resources on The Use of iPads in Education

3- A Free Comprehensive Guide to iPad Apps Evaluation

4- A Quick Guide on Bloom's Taxonomy Apps for iPad

5- Teacher's Guide to The Use of Google Docs in The iPad

6- A Simple Guide on how to Create eBooks on iPads Using iBook Author

7- Using iPads to Enhance Students Reading Skills

8- Professional Development Apps for iPad

9- The Use of iPad Apps to Develop Students Creativity


Here are more resources from zdnet  compiled by Charlie Osborn:


1.) iPads for learning: Getting started
12.) 30 Useful IPad apps for Business & Presentation
13.) 20 Amazing iPad apps for educators
18.) Top 20 must-have educational iPhone & iPad Apps used by real teachers in the classroom
19.) 5 Innovative iPad apps that will evolve your classroom

2 comments:

  1. Hi Med,

    Thanks for sharing helpful tips and links to IPad. I was wondering though if you have considered providing links that will open up was another tab or window? What happens for me is when I click on any links provided -- I go directly to another page leaving your main page. Instead of using back arrow to get back to your webpage, it would be more convenient to just open another tab or window. Just a suggestion. Thanks!

    Susan T.

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  2. Just click and hold on the link and choose open in new tab

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