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5 Helpful Resources to Get You Started Teaching with iPad

September 11, 2015
Last week we shared with you ‘ Evaluating Apps for the Classroom’ a free interactive guide from Apple Education to help you make the best of educational apps in your instruction. Today we are featuring with you some interesting materials from ‘Get Started Teaching with iPad’ series.These are courses created specifically for teachers. Each of these courses provides tips and resources for integrating iPad in the instruction of one of these subject matters: elementary math, elementary science, and elementary literacy. We have also added two more resources for high school physics and chemistry teachers.

1- Elementary Math with iPad


'Learn how other teachers have taught math with iPad, and how you can integrate a variety of content for iPad into your own math classrooms. You'll find examples of math lessons that can complement your instruction and help you understand how to use different types of content for iPad together. And you'll explore curated math collections to help you discover apps, books, and iTunes U materials to build your own math lessons. '

2- Elementary Science with iPad

'Learn how other teachers have taught science with iPad, and how you can integrate a variety of content for iPad into your own classroom. You’ll find examples of science lessons to complement your instruction and help you understand how to use different types of content for iPad together. And you’ll explore curated science collections to help you find apps, books, and iTunes U materials that you can use to build your own science lessons.'

3- Elementary Literacy with iPad

'Learn how other teachers have taught literacy with iPad, and how you can integrate a variety of content for iPad into your own literacy classrooms. You'll find examples of literacy lessons that can complement your instruction and help you understand how to use different types of content for iPad together. And you'll explore curated literacy collections to help you discover apps, books, and iTunes U materials to build your own literacy lessons.'

4- High School Physics with iPad

'Learn how other teachers have taught physics with iPad and how you can integrate a variety of iPad content into your own physics classrooms. You’ll find examples of physics lessons that can complement your instruction and help you understand how to use different types of content for iPad together. And you’ll explore curated physics collections to help you  discover apps, books, and iTunes U materials for building your own physics lessons.'

5- High School Chemistry with iPad

'Learn how other teachers have taught chemistry with iPad and how you can integrate a variety of Pad content into your own chemistry classrooms. You’ll find examples of complete chemistry lessons to complement your instruction and help you understand how to use different types of content for iPad together. And you’ll explore curated chemistry collections to help you discover apps, books, and iTunes U materials for building your own chemistry lessons.'