iPad Teacher Guide is a valuable resource to thousands of teachers worldwide who are using the iPad in lessons. This 2nd Edition includes over 100 new ideas and is completely updated and re-written to cover the ever-changing ways the iPad can be used in education.
Whether you are new or experienced in using the iPad, an Early Years, Primary or Secondary Teacher, everyone will find ways to enhance their lessons using this book. Written by Adam Foster, an experienced Primary School teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator, the guide is divided into iPad skills rather than subject areas, demonstrating activity ideas for lessons and apps that span the whole of education, preparing and inspiring teachers for using this technology. Each idea has been used in the classroom by Adam and there are pupil work examples throughout.
The 2nd edition now includes:
- Nearly 80 minutes of video tutorials.
- Chapters including Teaching with an iPad, eBook Creation, Movie Creation, Stop-motion Animation, Screen-casting, Music, Programming, Managing iPads, Workflow, Assessment, iTunes U and more.
- Hundreds of activity ideas for use in Early Years, Primary and Secondary education.
- Pupil work examples.
For further details visit www.ipadteachers.co.uk
Here are just a few comments from teachers about iPad Teacher Guide:
"We came across Adam Foster's book and enjoyed it so much, that we decided to share." Kizzu, Education Blog
"Great Resource" Tom Sheppard, Newfoundland
"Love the book. Have recommended" Richard Anderson, Ed Tech Trainer, Wolverhampton
"Really useful for both Primary and Secondary School Teachers." Chris Goodrich, Mountbaten School
"Excellent ideas and tips that I'm looking forward to trying out." Tristan Hawkins, Primary School Teacher, Kenley
"Thanks a million, it's a great resource." Sacred Heart Primary School.
"The BEST iPad Teacher Guide. Great job. Well written and easy to follow" Colin Campbell, Principle, Manitoba
"This guide is brilliant. Affirmed that we are on the right lines but has given me so many more ideas. Thank you." Primary Headteacher, Yorkshire