Given Evernote's cross-platform compatability on the desktop/laptop, maybe Evernote's purchase of Penultimate will bring better integrated inking in Evernote on the Windows Tablet PC. Of course, this seems a step in the right direction to get better digital ink support on the iPad.
This article is a couple of years old, but it is a reminder about good parenting practices as use of digital devices and media in school work continues to grow as more schools look at one-to-one through iPad like tablets and BYOD. As is the case on many fronts, digital technology often amplifies problems that existed before technology was a contributing factor.
TED is providing you a way to create a customized lesson around a video including quizzes, content and pointers to follow-up information determined or created by you, the teacher. Don't miss the fact that you can also use TED-Ed's "Flip This Lesson" tool to create a custom lesson from any YouTube video including your own. This seems great for educators both because it creates what I expect will be a pretty easy to use tool and because it will be very easy to share lessons with other teachers if you choose to give back to the community.
PhET is an awesome resource from the University of Colorado at Boulder. The site has interactive simulations for physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, and math that teachers and students can use.
Apple says schools in more than 600 districts have bought iPads for all of their students. We meet one principal who decided to stop buying textbooks and use the devices instead. - Story from Boston's NPR news station.
There are a number of interesting examples linked to in this article that show potentially effective ways of using the flipped classroom method that go beyond just recording the lecture you would have given in class.