5 Quick and Easy                   Jared Dees Ways to Teach     Digital Publishing Specialist with Your iPad
1               5 Minute Research    1. Teacher poses question    2. Student searches eTextbook for answer    3. Student G...
2                  Screen Check!    • Are you sure your students are focused on the      task at hand?    • Without warnin...
3           20 Minute Presentations    • Individual or Group Assignment    • Students summarize eTextbook reading      ass...
4                Surveys and Polls    • Teacher prepares a survey (Google Docs      Forms, Surveymonkey, eClicker, etc.)  ...
5                    Mind Maps    • Summarize readings or lectures with a mind      map    • iPad Apps: iThoughtsHD ($7.99...
Other iPad Opportunities•   Digital Storytelling•   Image Editing and Drawing•   Compose Music•   Skype with an Expert
GoodReader for the iPad                         Best PDF Reader App                          (according to most           ...
www.avemariapress.com/etextbooks       Twitter: @jareddees      Email: jared@nd.edu   Ave Maria Press | March 2012
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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.

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5 Quick and Easy Ways to Teach with Your iPad

  1. 1. 5 Quick and Easy Jared Dees Ways to Teach Digital Publishing Specialist with Your iPad
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. 4 Surveys and Polls • Teacher prepares a survey (Google Docs Forms, Surveymonkey, eClicker, etc.) • Teacher shares link • Students respond • Teacher discusses answers
  6. 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. 7. Other iPad Opportunities• Digital Storytelling• Image Editing and Drawing• Compose Music• Skype with an Expert
  8. 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. 9. www.avemariapress.com/etextbooks Twitter: @jareddees Email: jared@nd.edu Ave Maria Press | March 2012

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