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iPad in Education For Dummies

Gliksman Sam, "iPad in Education For Dummies"
2013 | ISBN: 1118375386 | 416 pages | EPUB | 42,5 MB
Take advantage of the best education tool around — put the iPad to work in your school

Welcome to 21st century education! Instead of a 30-pound backpack, today's students can tote an 8-ounce iPad. Instead of being lectured to, they can learn interactively. Here's how educators and administrators can learn what the iPad has to offer and how to incorporate it into the classroom. You'll be amazed at all the ways it facilitates learning!
The smart iPad — see how iPads support different learning styles, keep information updated, facilitate research, and empower students to engage in the learning process
The technicalities — set up iPads for student use, manage content, maintain control, and plan your implementation
Reading and writing — discover apps for reading iBooks and how to include audio and images in your notes
Encourage creativity — let students use their imagination to create books, make movies, draw cartoons, and even paint on the iPad
Make learning fun — with creative Keynote presentations, instant access to worldwide news, interactive polls, and more

Open the book and find:
How iPads are made for learning
Tips for setting up iPads for the classroom
Some caveats about e-mail
Apps with educational value
iPad features that help students with learning challenges
How to create multimedia slide shows with VoiceThread
Age-appropriate ideas for different grade levels
Creative ways to present lessons
Tips for implementing iPads successfully

Learn to:
Apply iPad best practices, tools, and apps in the classroom
Help children use the iPad for learning outside of school
Integrate iPads into curriculum across different grade levels and subjects

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