iEducation?: Apple’s Education ResourcesSebah Al-Ali
Don’t you sometimes find yourself looking for a source of inspiration? For a creative lesson idea that you can use with your students? For ready materials that don’t need a lot of tweaking for your classes? Or… for a change in the way you do things in class?
If your answer is yes, you might find these resources that are created/collected by Apple helpful. They are built around and from teachers’ contributions from all around the world, based on their experience with iPads in their classrooms.
1. Education Collections:
2. Lessons for the Classroom:
View a plathora of iPad-friendly lessons created by teachers from around the world. Each lesson is presented as an iTunes U course fully equipped with all needed apps and materials to implement the lesson in your class, right away. Click to visit Lessons for the Classroom (requires iTunes)
3. Books and Guides:
View various books and guides created by Apple to help you evaluate apps and introduce practical ideas on how to use popular apps for learning purposes. Click to visit Books by Apple Education (requires iTunes)
4. Apps by subject and grade level:
Not sure which apps you can use in class? Browse Apple’s comprehensive bank of apps categorized by grade level and subject. Click to view apps classified by subject and grade level (requires iTunes)
and a lot more resources, ideas, and links are always available and regularly updated on a page dedicated to education on Apple’s main website. Click here to view Apple and Education