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5 Quick and Easy Ways to Teach with Your iPad

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https://www.avemariapress.com/etextbooks Are you stressed out about teaching with your iPad? Try out these quick and easy ways to teach with the iPad, iPad2, or the new iPad.

https://www.avemariapress.com/etextbooks Are you stressed out about teaching with your iPad? Try out these quick and easy ways to teach with the iPad, iPad2, or the new iPad.

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  • 1. 5 Quick and Easy Jared Dees Ways to Teach Digital Publishing Specialist with Your iPad
  • 2. 1 5 Minute Research 1. Teacher poses question 2. Student searches eTextbook for answer 3. Student Google’s for the answer • Students post answers • Teacher displays and discusses answers on the board (LCD, SMARTBoard, Apple TV, etc.)
  • 3. 2 Screen Check! • Are you sure your students are focused on the task at hand? • Without warning, shout “screen check” and students must flip and show you their screens.
  • 4. 3 20 Minute Presentations • Individual or Group Assignment • Students summarize eTextbook reading assignment (or lecture) • Use presentation application to create 5-10 slides in under 20 minutes • Share presentations with the class
  • 5. 4 Surveys and Polls • Teacher prepares a survey (Google Docs Forms, Surveymonkey, eClicker, etc.) • Teacher shares link • Students respond • Teacher discusses answers
  • 6. 5 Mind Maps • Summarize readings or lectures with a mind map • iPad Apps: iThoughtsHD ($7.99), Mindnode ($7.99) Popplet ($4.99), MindMeister (free), SimpleMind+ (free)
  • 7. Other iPad Opportunities• Digital Storytelling• Image Editing and Drawing• Compose Music• Skype with an Expert
  • 8. GoodReader for the iPad Best PDF Reader App (according to most schools) Ranked 14th best iPad App in “The Best iPad Apps” list of 2012 (www.pcmag.com) http://www.goodiware.com/goodreader.html
  • 9. www.avemariapress.com/etextbooks Twitter: @jareddees Email: jared@nd.edu Ave Maria Press | March 2012