Instruct, Assess, and Manage Your Classroom with a Single iPad
This course is for educators with access to a single iPad who are looking to use this technology to instruct, assess and manage their classroom. Participants will learn how free and low-cost apps can revolutionize their instruction. This course is made up of video tutorials and text. It will take approximately three hours to complete. The instructor is available on a weekly basis to answer questions."
This course discusses the best ways to get started using the Apple iPad (any version) in the classroom to promote effective learning. Adam Webster walks through the most important features of the device, how they can be incorporated into education, and provides documentation to help teachers, students, and school administrators of any skill level.
"...in the coming year I will question my ‘instincts‘ when I go about making a decision. That is not to say my professional instinct, rooted in experience, is always inherently faulty, but simply that I will approach a decision checked by a healthy dose of critical self-awareness of my biases. It would be easy to paralyse the whole decision making process by stumbling over an endless list of biases; however, good sense would dictate that we solve this problem by creating a climate of healthy debate wherein we are challenged by our colleagues and beyond by people who constructively disagree with us. Our decisions will be better for this crucible of debate. If we learn with this openly reflective style then colleagues will feel more invested in decisions and more likely to subsequently carry them out with success. The mine-field of decision making will have many of our potentially detrimental biases diffused for the better."
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